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.xNDON. May 4 (A.-'r. "o 00R4 l- M" . u 11 4,q 20th D ayV
bO m er o QtMs.id today A 5 ._ us a ia W" Mttl d wi I i V.oth. e M111. l in1111 it a*mj 1111e +
ibe Gerums Witbton Churet11f yo4 F000"14 is. 1 0 M I! lhS --- ' last by-------
tl war with the amo vigour aste a NM a asma t aM gyand wme u m m fia
Ihlosi~Uunted diiat. ,in It8 amdftumen and pluso a fthe -a t~t-U Way.To
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ai nn n of uce for go t- (TcS A entIe .J ,
It ofe Oc the question of Americn be- G N Allied CM G etH "
ihts bena uforon o bses In the P __ tee hi otd comnserable en.mm
bllbeenS 0 unte d with wIy ai.Amhrican r amovedent on th Adriatme .
we have e Mr. did not c about s owh f=cqul- f1 id t, and havy vehiculr tf -
dad abtfatoesnBrunswiko se* fic on the Canino front.
,14ua b Aus, e anmany. Theter Un faourable weather battedLONDON.May
.d r at Brhl AMd ten aemdt the fim styles the 15th Air Fare sop LONDON Ma
toid Red Ai enb s ahouldt be left to the w. over. t targe It was an- yesterday. shattering campalj
?O d d Sevt Ops end Onttlem eon d yesterday during the Medium bomber. attempted a*, l upon othei
of Stratgic Hephsed however.that prpt letion cwmony. to sunmsMaM em nst- eielsupopnyoth
il < r uste p mst be taken to Mprevent lin._hicite_ a=__ _
their use > or purposes o ^ gresaline, which ia the asia awrt4, airfields, supply d!
r use for purposes of aggressio nfsp O from P"0ey to th e long and alert line
artillew w. add"d that the F0 ofDbases toBN AZI Onpy from n Ito
m i M ato a n If U J a p D r iv e=na e s pn ta 3 R A P -n a artW linE
ffc"t "= I Sovereign Hlen$ ugS ts-P e"> sSh 8r c ks an maw" Food Ad
fr eworkedutebytn Imend )-r-
|^ .. ar~l of -lgodwin .-rb "' In Inda oa ence, and went close to the Itaiar il
'-ft-" Believed Off Tother aircraft struck at the
oBeeere after aBhived harbour at Civita Vcchla on th yeereay e m the wayoncuapla g toWhrle to psse avek n s In the
diamond- Mr. Curtain told newsmen he fay- coast above R me as well sohp- U.S.A. fer Barbates labour. Sir Grasten ashe, Goveoer of bar-
but thu was the o red the formto uofO o- Ba--apdrnear the Dat Aimala beI (l ft) mad Mr. LaPerr Ceomnoer t(right),in A nt
i ro and c aetoiarl4 oaddingl ttt the Irtait oy IAN JACKETT Altogether they flewd nmore than eated that all seetl ns In rbad we keenly Interested In
E boen reported. 13h Plo"OSff s ats Swon inform-T H8O AST A MADA- 1250 sorties, and shot down two their PMoeR. His Excellency th
hed of aMU' In Eurotbu kt I QUARTERS, KANDY, May 4 (Reu- German aircraft for their own
V te h an try cm w2dvelop t led twe rn s).- h PSex d t Jc all o so o three.=av ernraMsory haslt qappointt
Mi the t h Dui Jwas lSvolved, nv.lnt the British base 40mi westnae to Aeia but we pinand district a
the in f West 71, = ,, holve Man Found Dead o
.00a "to voOf all the other p art m ^ndhe ivian ---border mayhav D Barbadaosl o e B r.O n ayandat stherld G
Il re with the result he felt ha been called hovff.e Wa Wih y toesu the equitaf
Eif t**tshould more fully In- men ae all aet ,t Arme et- Wi oeoo S k dsour euo e to etuf
enure in R e- than under the present tack, butter se s stll tno in of ToSe U. F olt fooduMembers of theu
B11a, n r"- lAe wS uatodwe'nm Viwtattoh~ at-obbl *Tad~fealyMbe itrwoigtePplse Memer of the'^
Ma sector a nitthebeg n. Trinidad Guardian o edi. Ce Fo a o as follows:
narrow rreisir what would happen It' ' IIIlc& 4 "*' "'
whother wo e hapent fi all b.ko fJAak f *orces appear to ptNcE TOWN, May 1-
S^ ^hon the In k New losing conidece a^ cnd th e w timsn J WgIN,^ ^*^~~ctounu-
wist of th ~ m a i ec, and t iUe rd, 2, employed 'aSir Henry Grattan Bushe, Governor of Barbados and Lady Bushe, Mr. St. Clair Ash
ifld o agr on the aformation of the eec- left to them before the breaking man on the others a toft erw thou ome r bo sarCaco AN
have made a retaou tat, Mr. din a : "I will a the monsoonis very shortTwo ste. Madelelr 0 .are together wiHth Mr. O Perrla n Labour Commissioner of dng trbados, ar A. 1 Mr.
the air base go on with what ca t. If I factors must have played a major ny, Limited, was found lying guests a t Government House on tir way to Washington where Sir is Audrey Jeffel
the railway that cannot have my four brethren but part in upsetting the Japanese ead in the yard of the hoMe of Grattan proposes to discuss plans for the possibility of sending a Lee Lun'. Mr. Pr
S ret to can have three, then three are bet- oazs-the boating inflicted on anaM tof nGobnVillage, Princepro o lano s oAr a theps iIty o n Mr. E. M. Mitchel
thes-* B t aotr thannon:'ct" hem in the AKohm earmea n ethe last n t number of Barbadianworkers to America to help in I ts production S.Talucksingh an
v--Ma Curti said nosultmAtl be- raid ottn their commtunI cations dp T00P Thr_-nte aeprgam.ofS.Gogen
tween the Empire p 7a sap have In the rear by the late Mj- a were d thea c rogramme. 4-- -- e ---- o St Ge
S been m bettericethe war G general Charles Orde Wiate's o head, and o their part of the boa dypgm ag the Eastern-orintle
w t and an eye was missing, it was "We have looked with envious San Fernando
e r st er the d wopld al- ial Lord Lous MountSt- stated, eyes at Jamaica and at the Baha-o The Pope Refuses Mr. Aib Ahama
spro"afthertewoudbarequentomet- tncommuni~quetoday reported Another watchman who 'are- mais who have shared In immigra- Mussolini's Request Dolman, the Hon'bl
so tere0oumbe toww Met- n Af r. MacDonald Mo
lnp *f' Films inlrs suc TV 1111 2U at thene Msbee no Important porteto havelba boo comPany
Io e o ndde su aS i situation rodte th up ra beor he etl. tion schemes to America. but we a mr MNoldMr M i
etr o ea f eis dodtherdthbo e le sh M ON M y AP)-dA s. R. M.
in a te th e ib al e ffe t th n imal hiph lel onil d teroad__the __Police.__ not d so"J atnt B Zurich despatch said todf Ramdat nann, M
ini nh Ze- ar oo In or naat as t t ae Is en app iinate. .. a instha t thate Pope had three dy rL
The raiding patI N&thes omago replied neASP0tovl
at. w dow t M N o Wi P h o n e te n ou. bta a.t e fea countiieivt
'maw P lane Ssnk s U .B o at "'" TuBritainN -added- he Clam. o i
"s fom th 1 hi a re T o B ritain N ow v on . o ., ,
dr rat= 0,4tosowngth"erinid0dGuardian" yes- to imve advanced theTa-r.Do
In G l O de dwesterIs _slIowing the ve ta i n yMil if~y. moananbtter h aernPc. Vn o Aedao
British to drive the enemy that t aIl mr e dlmlthas been a bitter storing the fPAp State is St. Yves de Verte
Jp fr Nathe ttha e otelehoaerviebe- Pill to swallow, 'added Sir Gra- IM. was concluded with the Mr. ISaac Hope. Mr
Sanlee he tw. Iidad .ad" the Untd tan, "but we hope a Ir o to overcome It Fsc ist Party and not the Mr Dennis O'Connc
and anoter.-An .. reconnaisan6 a'States of America and Can will, and with the i of Mr. TaU.sl, King. The Vatican replied tt ey, Mr. A. W.
U-eoat ihlnS d an e U-bot In the near future, be akedV with o-chairman of the Anglo-Amer this pact was concluded wth et0a
"bth Othe "sand f 400131antrunks totheoUnits&re th-ROMandI
Islentrance to t O. of Ad ndS k tda canCommissionowhobhasss ba(ex*el*.)
E butthWettt boff .e and e res sed nMonftIy Interested himself In neutral state, st was unable to The chairman nf
o east Asg i s ommuniquo whtedh nt lSouth-I compana.fullest support and we shalleave to the war. Vontrcller, the office
at onrerpo rt that mmitqSh u d-beend In man intevi.* withe no stone unturned to bring our -the rood Di-tributi
as m repotsthahicaft, Bringtihe oher wngLONDON, May 4("G= )-Attveo he~~present mission to Washington to aD uty I 'such 'aerso,
once mrc-erecentqlashInth echannelto-yesterday, Mr.do Nobriga said that sucsrtul o o nclu son.
Ssie far and wide over Bur suited when Germ -oat while it was hoped eventually "The purpo of our miss Rejectsointed by the
Mandalay, the Main Japanese to approach the Daglish coast, and eedth doelpoesrih i n uletoreor f l
M4U1, hd I. he al.io "to- eenagedbythe frigate Raw-now In operation,. #43Mtim U0011 and iteredsts toBarbados," nfe ae 77hDv0
se, up to ohamo to- ware the fte Iow- Cou try and other W Inad a remarked Mr. FPerrn. '-ho ben; ed
'Pe'bordsthei n rand the ench destroyer, Looi= it was varyunlikely that fits, of immigration have been
-_------- Combatant. this would be donof .o the nd sar brought home to us by the
SBritish shore batteries joined In of the war. opportunities that have occurredOAgainst Hit
enemy^ to turn S00aSffi e Offe
4., ,outr,,- Two New Landings d fr "d the ny to tur in the lt few yer. Since meh wu nd-
Mni-The -boats split into thr New Puisne Judge -of ,A e P-painCityCo
i f In New Guinea orme. ,and running ht cne- wd ave emigrated through tha' Ia- Port-of-Spain City Council
io., DownUg A LLIEDml eo fHere From Bahamas- setDa thasbeenar emendou their long debateaon oover,.ent i
today the Co. ow Guinea, Ma5(Reter's).- oC combatant sank one of the Mr.bjusticeaEric allian un- g to the eUm atry, In i new r legslatIon by e voting
t urnedo- tIt wasmannouncedf thisvmOrnnge -boat srom which 13 survivors til recently Attorney-Goneral in essd themlerssta thrgh0 w thas re-cbyra seven utofivei aofC ounvotell
hadturned thatAmerican fore"have mupe Tked Allied war- tre mgat hog h opoierslto fCuci
twoew nerwereashipsdncasualtiesdordamagetheiBahamas haslarrived to take Pest -r ce, commercial channels H. 0. &.Wooding, tag or,
jeao, DrisW They established beachheads 12u ie which urged te o tl
Ie a wide u I a1mile*s furtheUrmethe Most.Juehre. Oomeptting fm the recant se- Government's proposed unified
m~~id sutrtin- A Wed 4ae WartW -is l 4t U t iiNonm ==p Ot to tthe People Act, water scheme, lV IoAM o8 01-41
situationI of r New aiin. was heavily r W welfare Fund i ata" l ug- O ri t stated th ateitwopul d t! watr se ll,*pouwi ch-
t was h PAoWbo e agn. A oheavy' Fa om o Use and Mrs, 31"X aeMaltl take effec, from July Ithe three muniecallU- and other
th pr bem ase hve ,e obt t FarGoa Mr. Justice -allinan, as Attoi- this year, from which date the interested bodies were fully repro.
04sogoasfor-ingewsuinheldbye Jaanesae S ForFromGOA ney-General of the Bahamua, led lists would be open to the new sonted, and accepted nstt,.d Coun-
is*s ribed Truk byaonowi theA" ex mpl set the proseation of Count do Ms- voters. hectlO must take Dimeoeillor Ranjit Kumar's amendment
me Tr-,u--Toetononou this Year "but the"date would de which opposed participation In the
._ b y op ur r ov e r an ion t d epq a r t mn ts f r v o ft o f th s A-l pnd-1 611101 y u p o n h o w q u i c kly th e s ch e m e.
maorn.tbhe G00 m be hmof the staff lw, ft HAMr Oakes.
&*re 7Minutes, of -the Govenment Prontin gi ...e. f ar-nt-on el now vers wal The meeting lasted about one
T a0Nament got togethereffected.and'per,
aie turn" in a i Mobile SorundrFilmnghchtoscwlerM te ieJust
tit k wth a m oarbimin His Zscellency men- .pied to the debate. At times he
outer UPIQ...J., ioed .arttoulmrly the new agr.-wined warm as soumght to des-
TieWith_ Barbados re total, at010 Serice Warcultural.developmendiseomemwich tioh the spate of criticism levelled
ar ...4L-- --has been Aceeptedby f theGovern-. ha n by Uhe.i lotm emem
oe othi e omotrle Oro.- Nowmobilew 40" fim O service of Mnt d Is o"ly awaiting alt them vrcllors umarewho
fa ult of amthn t t on.th e a WDo m1o-Tt e m uOw asobegun m machinery m a sdT here t h e M ay or said, had Suggestedrtha
Os minutes to full timeearned obTd wth show at the e emes foil w- h had broht forward hil m-
bbdo fqt.,'eentatlve teams St Kenu/ntosi Oval S rwhibmaxbn4 the eh u A ii~w ZV--mU ineto l jese wo_ kedout a1e a Welfare O0 es, his own nest, .rod Aldem an Tite
etoacloee, the .., the $S hain and other son Sis NewT v Voting for the amendinit was
thi moth samth attan- prnslaai wqea m gN mi followsa u u: Alderman Acha3, Al-
fa dw te ild vasg ts~ -I0 Mndy eel~ ftI~~ f4am ~~ban ets~epon Catured ol .I -.-I,.
'I I 9 -, lthI run tad goa L d er
-hor, ne a r~noved d agbha Sfris
inss, M was immakd out Inm wi mth a us .-_ _ _tadImIthsCma olesnt
an rnddsmse rrstte.an n t ,~- nopecaen .a"--------~a "----t an
b"t D-l "t"s"la-er,,paoad the rdResent, -s'l"
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f MaeAt esak emeasrainSTtw- oe
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Craven GA" oil& we
By WILLIAM SMITH WHITE
y 4 (AP).-The Allied Air Porce turned from IH
gn against German railway transport to lay tona
r sections of the enemy's main invasion defences-
umrnps and other primary installations along his
*--- -" This significant progression at.
S tack Is In Its new phase.
visors went out against Ndal airfields In
S Holland. M'rauders and Ravoa
te s tore into military emplacements
tees i, northern Prance. R.A.P.
d <chells also went to northern
France. American Mustang
Swept in over the Hanover and
e Acting Gov- These were all daylight opera
ed three food tons which Involved perhaps
, for POrt-of- 1.000 Allied alrcraft-o great
for San Fer- numbe-' In the history of thols tin-
and for T'-bago mcrse offensive which went
ernment's plan through Its 20th consecutIve day,
ble distribution but a great number to be thrown
r -atnst sach targets.
committees are STRONG R.A.F. RAIDS
nd dstricts:- Number five in "s list of as-
iby, Mr. M. P. saulit was driven in during the
rt Gomes, MY. early morning by the R.A.P. whioh
J. 0. Jardim. ranged "in great strength"--or in
rs. Mr. Edwin strength of about 750-from nort-
rank Maingot, ern France to Germany.
I1, the Hci'ble Their greatest and most import-
d the Warden ant strike was against the major
the Wardcn of Nazi military depot at MallUy, but
s lex offeleo.) they smashed also at the Ge-
nad district:- niman Air Force supply base at
Id. Mr. M. W. Montdidier, the ammunition dump
e R. Joseph, at Chateaudun and the erma
oses. Mr. Cas- target chemical centre of Ludwglp-
amsarcop Per- haven.
Icott, Mr. Jas. '"The dAi's operations from Birl-
r. L. C. Tree- tain -re methcdiou rather thW
nderburgh and spectacular. .
11125 ac I.u o-w.
atoced at Rio tangs, sweeping over the amove
and Brunswick sections were hal'
IdW Clark, the len"eed by a single Oerman 'plans
Davies, Mr. -and shot It down. All the force
ull. Mrs. RHill, or. the Holland run cams bas
r. I. L. Latour. and their accompanying fighter-
ar. Mr. A. P. Thunderbolts. Lightning uA
Woolland. Mr. Mustangs--shot down nine r Go
the warden of man 'Dianes. Three Allied flght-e
Sthe commli- Information from the JritUsh
er the "F Air Ministry disclosed that fI
r in charge of blow against tLie German depot
)n or his De- at Mallly-a big shelter Xr
n as may be tanks and trucks-was hammerM
bod Contro'l-'. down against Intents enemy fighter
S oppoa1won. fifteenn *hundred tow
of oxplcavea went down on that
ITheP War PP? centre.
lThe War "i at Malllv and Montdlidler,
lerism s of smoke and violent ex-
Ierism n loalons wro reported Wad at
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Hoose Of Lords Debate
Spotlights Former Dominion
j'A debate on *NWufoundland nitiated
by Lord Ammon In the Hose of Lords
on Wednesday thZw the spotlight oan
Britain's oldest Colony which tempora-
rily gave up its self-government and Dom-
Inion status in 1934, In return Mfo fian-t
cl assistance from the British Treasuty.
The noble Lord wanted a progre report
on the constitutional position and plans
for economic development in the. island
in the post-war period. Since the suspen-
sion of self-government, affairs have been
managed by a Commission of Government
consisting of three Commissioners from
Newfoundland and three from the United
Kingdom, all appointed by His Majesty
the King, and with the Governor as chair-
man. There is no popularly elected assem-
bly nor any other body which could per-
form similar functions.
It was at one time fashionable to
blame the difficulties that caused New-
foundland to request the suspension of
self-government on corrupt politicians,
but It is generally accepted now that the
unsound financial and economic position
which developed was the result of the
world-wide economic depression with the
accompanying loss of markets for the is-
land's most Important exports. While an-
other method might have been sought
now instead of the suspension of demo-
cratic forms, the crisis gave the British
Government the opportunity to make
amends for past neglect. Since then the
British Treasury has spent money to res-
tore economic stability &ad to develop the
resources of an Empire country which had
been passed by, while British Investors
were sinking their money In foreign lands.
During its ten years' existence the
Commission of Government has made
many improvements but, like the politi-
cians before it, it has its record of blund-
ers about which Newfoundlanders com-
plain less than they do about the taking
of decisions without consulting public
opinion. It is only a few months since, as
a result of public dissatisfaction, the New-
foundland Board of Trade petitioned for
a Royal Commission to consider the re-
turn to full responsible government.
Like other countries where there has
been large-scale construction of bases,
Newfoundland hoes experienced an unex-
ampled wave of prosperity, as a result of
which It has enjoyed very large surplus
balances. The repercussions of the artifi-.
cial prosperity are -likely to be serious
when base construction cornmes to an end
and service peronnet are withdrawn, par-
ticularly as Instead of an expansion there
has been a contraction of export trade.
PidB1- ---1_rB PON~r -- anw =0^ Or-
L OS poa'L.. a ndfA
yId wprtSulvey euewe
OW thai railway afairs ae eo much in
them lmeght itl ins m y to ask wh
thtr the Goverinment has made compre-
hensiv plans for IntoMnUl transort after
the ft. Unlete i has done o there s
oaely toa be haphaard Instead of properly
Integrated development, which will result
in needlefts capital expenditure and
A point to be trtwedmrhly, tde wt n*
tive position and iportane tbe olas-
signed to road and rail traunsport gensuia
ly, and particularly between Port-of*
Spain and San Fernando. The railway re-
presents a large capital investment which
must be protected as long as we conces
that the service It iende is Indlipeas-
able, yet no one will deny the advantage
of having a modem highway to San er-a
nando which will make road travel safer
and quicker. The Inauguration of motor
coach services along such a route would
revive the old problem of road versus rail,
and put the railway in much difficulty itn
the absence of a counter-plan.
The question of extending the trolley-
bus service will also probably arise after
the war, when the Trinidad Electricity
Board may wish to Implement its plan to
construct the necessary overhead wires
on the Eastem Main Road as far as
Arima. This will no doubt eliminate much
of the discomfort of ordinary 'bus trans-
port, but here again the railway's position
will have to be examined and, as far as
One method of doing this might be to
increase the freight capacity of the trains
and extend their usefulness, and at the
same time find more employment for the
ancillary services. A house-to-house
fight delivery is not, wt believe, without
precedent in other countries, and might
open a profitable new line of business for
the railway if tried in Trinidad. It would
involve the use of motor vans to connect
the trains with people's homes, so that an
Individual In Port-of-Spain who wished to
send a parcel to a friend, say, in San Fer-
nando would have a van come to his door
for it with the assurance that it would be
delivered to his friend's dor after the rail
This is an indication of what might
be done by striking out in new directions.
We put it forward only as a tentative sug-
gestion, in the hope that it will stimulate
thought aloftg advanced lines and aist
the birth of useful projects. What we need
Is a long-range economic survey of the
transport situation in all Its aspects, and
now that United States experts are In our
midst we hope the Government will en-
deavour to avail Itself of their services In
W = t,.M.W7- 001ty.
t swedlkowt de i
wide w mn oft"Nrga "Vpubli, D ut
St er4 at ent r L ibraryne
smtnhttinn. and wotM ateo i~n to
keep abenait of Itros:9B l ediesa-
eaters 9 ,ore fo theyeneStaTea
taxt bgoka?"toealbo~k stom an
eyed fronI bookJeiton InSlad.
I prf the tubranIAn for the
wId rang of books placed at the
disposal of the r adinpublc. but
In discussing the atter of stu-
dents' text books, Dr. H. Stewart
I gathered that the Central Library
caters more for the general reader
than for the student.
I sugest that Dr. Stewart take up
this matter of a students' library
with the British Council officials
here and in London.
'Exam' Books Unobtainable
The Editor. "Trinidad Guardian."
On behalf of my fellow pupil
teachers (first, .second and third
years). I wish to Inform those re-
sponsible for the selection of our
literature books. "A Gallant Com-
pany." "Adventures on the High
Seas," and "Under the Southern
Cross," that all of these publica-
tions are unobtainable locally.
Just a few months remain before
the examinations begin, so I sug-
gest that some arrangements be
made that we will know on what
ground we stand.
House Renter's Suggestion
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian."
We house-renters down South
suffer badly at the besh"" of Iome
house owners skind agent.
They began adding to their rents
from the time it was said back-
pay would be given after the oil-
field workers' arbitration and their
appetite is not yet satisfied in spite
of the rent laws now In force.
To visit the houses from Oro.
pouches to Point Fortln. one would
be shacked to see what one pays
$3 and $3.50 per month for.
Could not Government authorise
the warden to hear complaints and
deal with them, thus assisting the
Rent Board which might nrot very
well be able to come to the coun-
try for one or two house matters?
A. E. BONAPARTE.
'a.,unla Ton natch a 'Bus
Sam. The Iepm now talksas with B 8 aidel weaker.
who has also had.n bem ha r rriae lie, At St. m-
lan's there i a tUe dea oft s Dh an Ieamre bu ig r and
demmetlebt anso w as bde m twaeleeS o sears. One i eam-
pletdf her training as a aer, another t mbartg a eoem of
maMaO studies; two are to be tMishlo wht another ai
training to take up her former seoupaIlx as a eewmga msehlnst.
It b posile for others to. ana a shop wkth the aeu.stme of
a relative or friend e or f litanae ocupationla In lUeht aembly
work mmaneliar sheull ial empAloyMent.
Trinidad Must Rally Tomorrow
To Support Cornflower Day
The followitng is the tet of
a broadcast given locally last
Wednesday evening by ieut.-
Colonel 0. L. 0. Alton, Vice-
Preeldet of Trinaldad St. Dun-
stam's Aeoclatlon for the
Blind, In connection wlat the
annual Cornwilowor Day ppeal
which takes place tomorrow.
On Cornewtr lDay everyone is
Invited to make some contri-
bution to help carry on St.
Dunstan% noble work of bring-
tng happiness- into the lives of
those many blind persons under
their protection. It is hoped
Trinidad will once again Join
wholeheartedly in supportng
so worthy a causme.
"During the last few weeks many
of you will have seen posters or
Pre.s notices to the effect that next
Saturday wiUll be Cornflower Day.
This Cornilower Day has been an
annual feature In Trinidad since it
was first started shortly after the
"There were then some 3.000
Empire lsalonr, eiaodwa am"d
blinet te OroatWar f 14-
1918. heft cared for by St. Dun-
sLan's, an organization founded in
London early in that war by Sir
Arthur Pearson, a well-known
newspaper proprietor who was
"In 1923 an ex-naval man who
had lost his sight on acUve service
came to the West Indies to make
an appeal on behalf of St. Dun-
stan's. As a result of his visit to
Trinidad, the Trinidad St. Dun-
stan's Association was formed, and
has since made an appeal each
year, known as Cornflower Day,
romwhich, with the ready consent
of St. Dunstan's, the local blind
"The Profeeds of Cornflnwer Dyv
"In th prison camp to which he
was taken, there were four blinded,
British soldiers, and in April, 1941,
Lord Normanby decided to try to
start a Braille school for them. He
knew nothing about Braille, but
by chance discovered a Braille
alphabet In one of the eamp books.
He and his men then proceeded to
learn It, laboriously pricking out
words on cardboard with glas-
"Eventually. text books, type-
writers. etc., arrived from St. Dun-
sjan's and under Lord Normandy's
paUent Instruction most of te
blind prisoners, who finally num-
bered over 30, passed the prescribed
tests by the time that he and 27
of his blind pupils wee repatriated
to England lat October.
"Unfortunately seven other blind
praoners missed the repatriation,
but the St. Dunstan's Braille School
which Lord Normandy founded in
Germany will, with the help sent
from home continue it work for
U oymP wo fortunAtV In
6ta2"40 oft I Was
Charge, the only BritI eye spe-
dallst In Germany, through whose
skill many prisoners with eye In-
juries have recovered whole or par-
tial sight. Major Charters has vol-
untarily stayed behind In Germany
to care for prisoners of all nation-
alities a truly magnificent sot of
self-sacriflce and devotion to duty.
"I do not know of any Trinidad-
ian having lost his sight while serv-
ing In the last war, and we-can
only hope that none of those men
and women who have gone from
here or will be going overseas to
serve in this war, will need the
help of St. Dunatan's. But If they
do. St. Dunstan's will be there to
live the help end the hope that no
one else can offer.
The a tr. Trisidad (usfn" are distributed 40 per cent tot. Special Donation
The 'buses returning from Point Dunstan's, 40 per cent ,to the Trin. .
Pa'Ui sear. to have their starting idad Institute for the Blind, and One's imagination shrinks from
ponts within the Company's gate. 20 per cent to St. Mary's Home for the thought of the men (and wo-
inth -wad adjoining the theatre Blind Girls. We have also made men), many of them mere young-
and dn the road at the place now special appeals from time to tunime stereo, who will have to live the rest
called the market for St. Dunstan's only. notably in of their Uveq in darkness Surely
Paengera are not allowed to 141, when more than 53,000 was there is nothing too much that
board the 'bue at dle market raised to endow a Trinidad Bed at we, who still have our sight, esn do
road shan they are on the way to St Dunftan'l. thpthemto getfrom lfe the
the ollida end. Those who can "I do not want to weary you with beet Ittill hes to offer them, and
tand the sun and raip wait in figures. but It will live you some there is no more effective way of
te roo near the theatre, where Idea of what the Trinidad st Dun-.t this help than by sending a
the fht their, way in, while those stan's Asoclatlon has achieved i I enlaton to 8t. Dunstan's.
Sthe market rad who may have tell you that during the 0 Te o the may us who have
beent' for hours watch the from 124 to 1948 we have d sdiat renf or relative, or frieds.
'bussm gobybecause there is .no bUted mo than 5000 of E e Oo n emn ti seOqvie, the w
ram fm them, or they are unable St. Duistan's has reodved some nileane of Aninstitution such as
toit trInto the second roundaof 2.00. and the local blind insti St. Duntan l has become much
Sntohen ud tutlona the balance. mS real.
TW^ er ig lhts cltd~tos "We believe that there may be
awe sometimes abused, uponwhich Back To Nornaley Esc a who would like to make a
special contrIbutIon to St. Dunstan's
they rthepllate, and oh many ocea- in addition to what they give for
s th ol he be Asanyono inteetd can visit theiCornflower, and so we have
eajid.l the local blind Insttutes and me opened a list for soecll donations,
Tie speed at which arrangements for themselves hat sIbeit g donse ieh Will beremitted to St. D n-
erle made to put the little changes there amintde vote ather ta' aong i their r shareio th
now MM at st Ieadqueetrs, t taIO & ttstanalong*th their sha e of ft
waea W oeWwki uaer San dhort lime at my mpoeal to teotllin Cornower Day money. These do-
d Inoo ingrderu you a little about St. Duntn's nations may be sent to me, clo Al.
tha %r time wod "Up to the present, same 500 men ston and Co. Ltd., 0 Marine
Covered to effsot similar chan-and women blind this unm Porto-8a- n.
to ard Fort and ?% w womenfl bIs
Wha IPoint Poet', wail, have been sadmittedto8t.Nask you again to give as gen-
: A s ins point for thluses; nstn'* and of thee, thanks to erwyas you pasiblv can on Sat-
Ishl to artiOn p or ,th mae specla e trtment l oh urdsy and. hope that many of
a ed to accommoda. e wait-.oy aive reeved there, more 6 thym ma1 0 ho se your way to send
tIn' avod to oidh have rored some dee OfI me so etingfor our special fund
undno to lh eight, for St. ntan% on whose re-
bouar t'uss;someonetos at' remainderaeeithers urca te will un y be
order s maintalined-. (TheMan tow in hospital or a at the St. Dn- gretrU than ever when th e
Zdlirst 'Sb heoklnq thbeVS stAn'S 'rusinhia Centre "learning to invasion
u 0s sthnIf *At" rtasearage-be blind" asthey calli);that is, begoebei.w
111 we-*, made.) Poste a W t
,iolf Za etUh l f lgot
be put tA t In aa datt oi 41i 0 afe0s .so tha t theymaalyb W. **_a P' a
f h MMunibo0 i ,f hour& f come self-supporting and lead us- tiigli c i Clord
relieve he -avy B not incudd) I'm aah uhn| raaU r on st ilhft i ^ Under '^'y*.""
'buses aHM eai iw (speol runs t l and normal ive.MM
"atg2 tntns Broken Twice
1 hpethat Go"nment t eilarsooenei a rlI mm5 them m
a aa t&MW r it "maUer n.who were asru.Ste4B rolt war. i ExportAirlines broke
1 of. Al a. Mat of. ta" are b i6
Gape. a~~~~s maseewk s)OelpWOneOrt~els
o ML (f w ein a s. ainj thbr war. Tn OreIn d iog iMrt.0 1
Od i kTo s ler Frion t n o k h.C=Inu arrf ad t % = ,"y 1M j5i..
35 5dsu Oah, he tme fcats
bl in~ded In at*for thinwar am wa "As-
-4^wGo "*- --.- G &
sm er yes *r ,,tt* tiia tet.mnt 11 St. IhanMtan has ____
o' bten t -, m M..~~' uw u Ade abest ma. a U Iia .Aor Bm5bl aera m- h efsaws
4 % in s dti J. tantow daftaSW2BMW.50441d
TO %At '*i? Inc a ircr af e tabl shool AIn.n the h-lt s' a i
1~ ~he 5h IwnmeMe~e Seian namge me Me.ll0eisobe"
"VV1= Mat" int e Midde'3"Mr ave "A m em =AI* Ion
'to u~ Siuair m m atY : Many w .Ini, ar Si
I nar tet h eMitd ile nh b omwanan.VIsi'Chum
tomew Uw sagemIWnt = a ast.wa, am stablidoehmda .Ume & uW .in Mea" son-
m Ow s waym W n E e m fW
~ Rt M m smieN "Va.t-Iktbinks of
hem i' ini rouilolf aNa. Coms.IU100165fh WNW I to5on
h B u I been t e or o fis a sg f a S
10& O tan'u ashoLinheest
=ermany, b Lne Lord
I o bad been Nsee&v 7m1
IMMBC wamkwh corMAI
at ft 145 &MV
are -ANN f ar ow.tar
Ymljy M.-...pa. ..t..... ..... .
u n e fa ......
These faf should be paMW tio tha Treasury 8
a WMetw O-
n bz 13 U mnau* -. xzt ad about the middle of Ma
sandllatee shmud awtit remust before re-eataring.
VACCINATION OF IQUIMS 308, MULn
AGAINST SLWEING SICKNESJ INCEPaAL4
COUNTY OF CARONI 1
Arrangements have been made for anals ,hor j
donkeys) to be ivaccated at centre In the County
Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurday.r the IM, ,
11th of May, respectIvly.
Posters gvng the various contr mand date and t hm
d InoculAtion will be on display throughout the Con.yif
SAVANNA MUDDERB CAS
appeal by C.ND. "f
The C.I.D. requests any person who h
in the vicinity of the Northwest Section of tlh
Park Savannah (Queen's Royal College side
night of (Sunday 23rd April, 1944), to i
communicate with Police Headquarters.
A dark man of about 5' 9" medium buil
khaki jacket and trousers with a broad rimme
pulled down over his face and carrying a stl l
sought. Any person who saw anyone fitl
description in that vicinity between 7.00 and
should also communicate with the Detective
tendent, Chief Inspector C.I.D., or nearest
tion. All such Information will be treated wt
confidence by the Police.
T. D. O
(or Mer inf
bout hebeas r& Ef tom; as
M*,Ab htis WA eb U dnv 0*Bl|
de Coi no the e 0 elWoads odd oesa
doated simnlc W1e a ysecp. hr
Atks i Cn smmtheo d s0o pess bce
bae aiOm ; bas iUM go n
Ii jde aGOLOl'
* 014 ATINO m UC OD t "Is SW. LOw
///u .0 00 W /
58 Frederick Street '
(Offwer t. hi. Numue. riou
COftfme fttb S-Nk4t
Lare Assortment of ...
WAT PAW ft' Watab I
3LACK GLACE KID
Strap anmd Laomd
S4.39 po tr
Dr*em Dn t
anumm ,,- -u wo hp "
no w. addwwu as gm eshm walf
as Odom" d er~d rack flemare eptom
HW C~a~rt) n idle ltahn capB h yarign.
I r Banck From
Ge of the
60 rivers. around
Samrce mawor oads.
Vr~ tbq ANS 914-
Iddiness wtour the
OWan expma Tsig to ba
0l fton mtuch counter-
It' iavp wTab tb* sup-
4"a Offului T*We W"Ml
MOW 4endar ta=k and
k*r ftg big dwells t
lot Osan mu s th in
but the most popa-
aMl ta n-MWe AW
I. Ofe vnlon a dOw-
Is, Wntat the e~stern
MIeft Ieak the
30Aer hope Of Victory
V awst fhou the wut
Mear Would turn full
40beOVi& M Invasio
of ite g the
Mb3nw at the Inv&-
*ft aU~tta9 to
b m e -
for a powerful
Nol was $fl3.Sabove,
=2 aordi to state-
^te. A Ihug the
Sfigem carried In the
VU- Wa above the
IAfrim.re It was 73,147
** 84.763 =or* than
fiWu*oe rw Maroh,
Wed under all heads
tota h AdgibMassf
Mi!nd by train advsi
.747, Mtt; and
Bitodaty from a TlWl
control of the town tor three
half Oays, and it Is believed
per men wenr the at repro*
alves of the A led forces to
w contact with the Badogto
Ath submartnes have a num-
of enemy ships to their ore-
and both have had some nar-
e S'kol was caught In a
-submarine net in Greek wat-
HIr position seemed hopeleu
1 her commandin officer or-
These not only made a hole In
the net through which the Sokol
0ould escape, but also found their
mak on vesues tn the harbour.
the other submarine has been
adopted by a Cambridgeshire town.
Councillor Quintin O'Connor
rants a matter involving the loan
of 1 bas of cement fro the City
oaton to a councillorto be
aed before the City Council's
lace committee for Its consid-
eration, according to a letter he has
written Coouncfllor H. 0. B. Wood-
ing, the Mayor, the "Trinidad
Councillor O'onnor, it Is under-
stood. has made this request in or-
der6 that mimnberu would know of
.-hat "Is happening as this matter
involves the money of the taxpayers
of the city."
It Is stated that Councillor
O'Connor wants to know who au-
thorised the loan since January 1,
1044; whether the Mayoi is aware
that the'ouncll decided that cmn-
cillors must no4 be given any sp-
cal treatment In their dealings
with the Council and that they
must be treated as members of the
pli, and whether the cement has
been returned r paid for.
The councillor also asked tM
Mayer, a in r inters of the in-
tegity of the Oovnuc,.to give the
strioteet tnsuta ons to the execu-
tive of the Council that nothing
must be loaned or sold toany
councillor which would not be
loaned or sold to any member of
Sir Samuel Ioare
Enroute To London
MADRID. May 4 (AP),-Sir
Samuel Hoare the British Am-
basador and Lady Mad Hoaro.
his wife, left by 'plane for Lisbon
on their way to London. The Am-
basador's trip the motives for
which are unannounced, was
planned months ago, but was de-
layed pending the tri-power nego-
tiationus, the conclusion of which
wa announced on May 2..
Britain Makes Strong
Protest To Spain
LONDON, May 4 (Rauter').-
Reuter's diplomatic correspondent
wrpte today that the British Gov-
ernment has protested strongly to
the Spanish t renrding
the action of the Tangier local
cansonhip in ban*i from the
announosments of tha Anglo-
Amera aeeme witt Spai n
ali retenoo to tha epulcion
OGerman Coensul-Gene la Tangier
and other German ageMnts.
HONOLULU, May 4 (AP).-
Nightly blackout of the Hawalan
ad n effect aino_ tbq Japan-
e:e2t4ack on pe Harbour n
December 7, 141. has been lifted.
Trinidad Oridlan OCurespendaist.
PYZABAD, May "-A scholarhip
tenable for five year at any el-
le or high school in the Colony
hIas been offered to the Psbad
Intermediate School by the Apex
(Trinidad) O.ler ds, Limited. Al
pMpils under it years of age at-
tnding are eligible.
t CANVAS FOLDING CHAIRS
ingt had no right to aeter the
country u l the aid of thf wr
when tree elections will be held
and the people will have an op-
ortunity to decide whether they
want the monarchy or not.
He emphoawsri that there could
be no collaboration with General
Draja lhailovitd h whose frea
he said. "are flghtiac in German
uniforms with German equipment
at the ide of German troops
He naid a tribute to Major
Randolph Churchill, the on of
the Prme Minister, whom he saw
in Yugoslavia only a fortnight
ago. and who jut visited the
Croatian headquarters of Tito'
armies, crosine over German-
held roads. "We were very pleased
to welcome him,* the General
said. "and he Is in constant touch
with Marshal Tito."
General Velevit stated that Tito's
army today has some 300AN men
organized tn 11 corps and con-
trolled from several headquarters.
He stressed the guerrlla charac-
ter of the fighting. Not a day
passes without the Partisans kill-
Ing hundreds of Genans and
blowing up from three to five
Says His Doctor
LONDON, May 4 (Reuters). -
Lord Moran. President of the Royal
Oollegef of Physlans and Mr. Win-
ton OhurehUA doctor, told a so-
ciety of Yorkshlremen at a lunch
= Y oa ath Ovrseas
le a e tatusess was the one
Sentlqulit In a leader. atig
and Poh both had It la the last
Than Is the asqa Wuallty m'
o Prime Mi sas wias
Churchill WsdUd, L SW Moran. I
remember in the d s of the Battle
of Britain when the questin was
asked where are the reermv? And
the answer was taoer nt any.
That wa the time he o10 to ad
airplanes to te Middle BWt-
supreme act of eurage and a great
at of a war minister.
LONDON, May 4
The German News As
the execution Col.
Algiers yesterday. It i
leading' members of ii
Savoy were sentenced
day by a military trl
of them were executed
At the same time, a
Algiers states that
Committee of N&atons
has awarded the Orde
tifo to the amousm u
of Grenoble tor the
Inhabitants have shoo
LONDON, MaY 4 (1
esfeentee of intern"
Trafm O operators whk
goin ca In London I
t days Issued a 1t
tot qv peanuane
a conference ia I
the Governments at
mmthe wa .
vear bythe hairman
Air lifn omaQniPesA 1
trie Wr~ane tro
sonaU A-loca ated
Tak oft ne Ti
a11.0 Wavte h"aira
wuln "swo md I
Turke-lly BaT II
ly tihy or
says tha 10
to death to-
I at onoe.
r of Libera-
v Irslty city
ci has been
for the last
Ankara radio said: nThe Unpire
Premiers' agreement 'n invasion
plans brings the blow even Mnear-
Reports from 4he Norwegian un-
derground said that the ,ermnsu
Sare bolstering their tar north de-
fences vith troops tsite4 in Rumla.
Belgian underground revealed new
Oestapo round-ups and the Oer-
mans themsel.e frectst *Alexza-
der will strike -n the Italian front."
Goebbels wrote: "We know the
enemy's preparation to r evasion
an practically completed but what
has been happening in the past
weeks is more a question of tactics
and war nerves than genuine mil-
e claimed that the booming
"cannot knock out the Luftwaffe
nor paralyse the anti-invasion de-
fences." Admitting that the Inva-
sion would be decisive, Goebbels
said the Gemanm could take oem-
fort because behind the West wall
there Is "hidden a host of unknown
Meanwhile, it is disclosed that
King George visited "secret R.A.F.
Invasion headquarters" of the Se-
eond Tactical Air Forces commanded
by Air Marshal Sir Arthur Coning-
ham. It was the Kings lint vist.
Moscow radio broadcast to the
Reich said "combined blows from
east and west are about to be de-
livered. The three Allies will puh
thU breath from Germany," and
nothing can stop the Red Amy al-
though in a belated attempt to
stave of disaster, the Oermansa .*e-
cently switched forces from the
west to the east, thereby dangerous.-
ly exposing themselves In the wet."
3 French Students
Shot In Back
LONDON, May 4 (Reuter'sa).-
Three French students were shot in
the back by a Gennman flringqad.
Their ages ,It19 and 2&. The er-
mans themselves told the s to-
day and they said that the VIohy
Government helped them by pass-
Ing a special law that people under
21, if need be, from the age of 16
could be executed.
All the 22 tsanmates of the three
student as well as their teachers
wre forced to watch the execution.
The students were accused of kill-
ig a Vichy militia man and his
family. The e cution Was at Lyons.
The Germans aid they were ot
in the back because they wae
traitors and as such they could aot
be given the privilege of facing the
Goes On In Tobago
Intensive anti-malaria work i1
going on In Tobago with a vieW
to making the Island one of the
best health resorts in the Carib-
bean, the "Trinidad Guardian"
The position with regard to mal-
aria in the island ward ils stated to
have Improved considerably dur-
the past year and it Is expected
that with the works now on-
templated improvement will be
made as time goes on.
Dr. Norman Maclennan. the DI-
retor of Medical Services, told a
'Guardian" reporter that -it Is
hoped that the anti-malaria work
i eTobago will reduce the incidence
of malaia and so enable the Is-
la o s be Ad as a health re-
sort 1for Trinidad in particular and
Shortly aftrwards Morris beat
McLen an d pntred lovely, bu
Taylor ran up and kicked over the
bar, and a Barbados goal was los:
Sam Orilth next made a grants
runM throul, but Merritt stopped
what loked like a certain oal.
Trinidad bucke up at th stage:
King turned a difficult Thompsol.
shot around the goal, Medford save..
a danrous situation robbing Bur-
nett of right foot shot as he wa,
about to shoot in a scrimmage; .nd
Sea, after receiving a perfectF
ovia pas, kiked hard but the
ball travelled across the oal.
Burnett glred again prominent-
,then the ball went to the other
Lo of the field and a high Taylox
shot hit Mett in the forehead as
he ran out-a narrow emape.
Right after this came Thomp-
son's grand effort, the equallser,
and even minutes later the game
ended, one-all. I
Mr. H. Thomas, former Barbdos
player, was the referee. Teams were:
BARBADOS: King;: Walcott, Pos.
tar; Ishmael, H. Oriffith, Medford:
Morris, Taylor, S. Griffith, WilUans,
TRINIDAD: Merritt; Warner.
Husbands; Knowles, Jones. McLean;,
Downes, Thompson, GOovia, Bur-
After sevtal weeks of hard
training all the lifters are In good
form and the standard of itUng
tonight at the Prince's Building in
the Acme Club's tourney should
definitely be better than ever.
A prize has been offered for the
most outstanding lifter and most
prominent in running for the hon-
our are Cordner, Lovell, WlUks
and Deo Preltas.
The show will start oft with a
short exhibition of handbalancing
and tumbling by Chen and Sealy
at 7.30 o'clock followed by strength
feats. IUfters are reminded that
the "weigh-in" will start from 5,30
TENNIS FINAL TODAY
Mrs. X. Chen and Miss S. Chan
Pong will oppose Mrs. E. Along
and Mrs. D. Young in the ladles'
doubles la at the Colonial Ten-
nis Oklub courts this afternoon.,
Other matchtoday Is a single's
handicap. B and class--U. Archer
DOWLI G TS 1o FOR 22
B. Dwarika of Mst Indian C.C.
captured 10 Wickets for 2 runs in
a Bonana Second Class fixture1
with Maple on Saturday.
Scores were: Maple 46 and 9, and
BSt Indian M and 54: Dwarika C
got five wickets in each Innings. i
IV W iu _lce ssasWell.
former" to ________________
Wt Bombers Leave
=0h Masses Of Smoke Don't igno do**ad
*w 1"Md Ofa~-M ~|A|U rf
LCO-''INURD "ROMPA SSH11
of N arth Ohateaudun, the countryside was
wretd In vihd orange l*gt *RIOEA
MB 14 ca=- and "- ploson roared MMert-
1&4 ncun tfor MR an hmor. Ludwig-
tota ndhaven caught a heavily genera- 4icj UA -ri
tated dote. j w sn -*MAY GET IT
MlRuter's reports that the
m'ses operalfs"nsAig Ige toh idars
R.A.. 4B aircra ose of ase hs
tbW Camadha The Luftwaffe INs Taer
bought up s dores fighers | Osi~seda MalI wCeapS.fji
to dfand the dmts and them Ised4 we dMoeger sia
000' were "eaCO M r Ihe PfMMstMM lo aw say. PYM0
L f n al G fighters M asd deonosn&i twice daoUywith
Waft Wwe ao0mimen Way 1011 dow e m'sw a y.dMae
1L5-1P sa as mAae fromt f1.M.m Py rAa,.I@
srt IiS um a I to Usr9. LFo7d a's
ead ai eara l h s
Jt srafaded anwalarm e anMSB
a= "heral eneB bombs a @W-
Od B t e Danbe aND A ANS. area. ff!S ?o
wwsswd2 .awam e weers ane apprnasbbgAed out s
IaM iM>t -iau "M rii -WS. Anucha #@Nov.^r -*--
vuti..rnorS O ."BprawlB dhlee qWkl'EgW
tar Iia Frame this eve- *-
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SMART SHIRTS for sports wear
and the office.
TIES and HOSIERY,
PYJAMAS with on accent on
IIIIHIt~lI NININI MM IIlll
6 Prince Street, 4 PictO
Street (Posmessloa, Malos y
Street (empty), farrei Loam
ktreehold). 307 Paris Doulevaid
3,50. 1 ISecoad Street @* .
LM Old St. Jo4eph Road $140;
It. Vincent.. Frederik. obarlotte
3eorge. Queen Streo m arval
obsession guaranteed. Lare end
mall loan" on Mortgages.
Real S*tate Agent.
SSt. Vtneent stret.
BELOW THE BELT?
1"8 21W Per ra lul
M &te 4 g eu s Tea o Ab To so
* Ihnd (dIgmetoe .tw r te Mi
-16 rl et boi s 1C '=4
vivo ee enbobmes*4 -insea
tebe.Tbw help webso a
Id le a smeft db.w ute.I ooat.
SAND! = =wI? va 1 dientwho se c
-"~ptoo Is ilatu a *% arnway.
a hstr"te, t,. vow sii
ton. Jusit beir A
SttJ~jLAvwh~fM= eu- h4a~
?~^ w *- I%?w
UsMh>S te in WSI
bs 0w S^ esm&
_ humSir .TC
. Other, father and all the children will behet greatly by a 61V"
erving of delicious Quskr Omt.
Qaker Oas is a wholrasin cereal, tpriclCh in Tamag
(Vita 2a lI), n ironphophorvm and protim. 'It, rkch ba I 4
eU'a-Bnermues. reovitais, helps you ." benr h l
alregA aYet Quaker Oats i not sadicis-it ish d sa i i
^m4 will relish very day,
-------"$ 1^ ^*MI<" a a oaaa l
eme dd mmeow
It% 14 ,,e
..' .P, ,ee
tor 410 to 610 p m. 11
Be 2ueeday end PVddV. Il
St. Richmond te. (i
-An As'e I" in.
tt Meh~a mm
bL LLER'S *
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~ ~CV'r* ~
5. 4. 5. .,"
veoto w i tn is
MU MLLE *a me- y-I ar-MrW INSeiBr-
n hush .
SUM te w he nevly. pJ e, U. Arm, has
SM and is t he r -" WA Nl ,
a us" W wingMr. K n lau h 1tkt i
am -",dome" U am
fair whm winlbe Opened by Mr. Tiethy XdOal. ioy
*p.IW.w e up tvimGocIsgk watk awme
S.edto N the inevitable maypole. C0m9003t1i0 n
r in o a may Quon by the Mayor.
0* 0 4
T"AirTroospers Commandintend malting a good show of the 1
LOw HAtMY CLARK eft their lubroon T day on Thu day, May 11e
Sut t I AtA Mwa HUM. Ithas who receive inviaton snot to misplaced
them,&S on bo* the 'buses which leave the U.SO. at 4.30 pmo.,
tha a to p n to visit h relat .
Obnu z.r,.0.down so--"thwe busy rounding up their lalesandI
S W c I T functionIsInormalndadeliou
Vvm.AXXT w- esriedto me as :n "unusual", ewilltakePlus
Ty Um N.C.OIn fantry Oub st Fot Red tomorrw,
mr @willTHAYeR. t n ft of ttractio including ev. Aey door prmd
a urpeim latve the u s .Oday. the date of her et windat .30 o .
It there aft any kulles who wish to attend. and who have not
tvel nhtBUMe, M. H. lre ed to got in throuh ha with a Tyler
t the U nd pok t. hr fr t m ut w n
Brian Major C. ttle, who have ne lft for the te.
Jtt About 300 gulests ware present at dinner, and the old O01tUS
ClbOrcesta which w1as orgentsd by Mr. 'V IUV tl'H UWSy,
PlMed for dayr, te fomidnight.er Ml Joyce Blank, v now in Deon
nh Air Tranport Commarked intend makingdo a wnood how of theC,
k.*bfth was opened in March. 1%2.
ARTIM nvZM LY, the Colony Director of the British RedOros
Sdanoey, will take thplace at their clubroot detachmentsday, May 11.en
ht I must nt Wau nou e who receivof te Ihviouthern vot t mplathe
tn, a on adNta 'bu.tomorro which leaThe Colony Medi S.O. pand.
other ofcers will a ek test question.
b. eroBdo South are busy roundlnj up their ladle and
a la- crwd Uexpeeted. The function is Informal and a delicious
menu to Wago prepmrtd.
WIAT was described to me u* an "unusual" dance will take place
"at the N.C.O. Infantry Club at Fort Read tomorrow.
Therm will be a nuither of attractions, including several door prime,
mao 'buses will leave the U.S.O. in Port-of-Spain at 630 p-m.
If thenw are any ladles who wish to attend, and who have not
receivd Ienvtations, they are asked to get In touch with Mies Tyler
at the IPS.O.
A PABZUEiL parly was given recently for Major Joseph P.Me
btates. About WO0 guests were present at dinner, and the old Castle
Club Crchestra, which was orgnised by Mr. 'Virginia"' Hendley,
flayed for dancing- until midnight.-
This M1 event alas marked the closing down of the Castle Club.
wBltb was opened in March. 1942.
Hf.ARTHUR KMLYN, the Colony Director of thin British Red Cross
S-*fociety. will take th eslute, Inspect detachments, and nreepent
bas-, etc.. at the annual inspection of the Southern Dtrlison, at the
anI Frwnando Drill Hall. tomorrow. The Colony Medical Officer and
other officers will ask test quesitons.
Trm! Rev. F. SWANN, organizer of Trail Ranger work In the
'& oicny. will deliver a message at the annual Trail Rangers' rally
at Naparima Oollepe tomorrow. Mr. R. Patrick. the Director of Edu-
0eaton, will InsUpect groups and present prise.
Mf J H. POOLE, wife of the Rev. J. H. Poole, and a band of lady
S church workers are preparing for a May Fair which takes place at
S. John's Hall. Pmnhroks Soreet, from 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Proceeds will be r aid of toe Lewls Innim Memorial Fund.
T9= grand fair at the Drill .ll Baan Fernando, on Saturday last,
which was organised by a committee of ladles of the Roman Ca-
thata Church. was an unequalled success from a financial and social
a o view. The children who attended were highly delighted with
pond and donkey cart, and the ie cream stall also was well
at*tblmed. Twtee during the afternoon a moneyy Island" show was
ia|1 5Si valhSOOI~ vrrtp i~ Ted liui n imszita5aoa a OenmaR
"55ad aam Pon&am Ja and wea sV"y L it Ws a"w
ued and pse-mted by the Sanaom children, it richly desotled the
GOO&ataatla they received.
The grown-ups found the etalls very varied In character and It
was Cmparatively easy to find omethlin to suit every tate; while
a punIchboard wa na great attraction and sold out oomipletely. Teas
wee elrd Mdur the afternoon and suppers from seven o'clock until
B W ii W thle bar was open from 430 until midnight,.
Danes8 to musie at t Jtve Roosters was the highllhkt of the
MIL a MRS. AINSWORTE of Polnte-a-Plerre, are expecting to
leave Trindad shortly totto to Ganada on leave, and Mrs. AiMs-
worth pent last week as the guest of Mrs. J. C Barrett, of Forest
Reeerve. while making a round of farewell vtstt there. Mr. and
Mrs. Ainmwoli were residents of Forest at one time, so they have
a good many friedAs in that part of the South.
LA I Va!U~~C.2
ME WLK "o- LJm
ti '. .1, '. J
rOTiM: News Headlines are now siven onee -afly-at &.fle 3..
A*u Lw 11?
BL W 17,1, SHO -
At 4.45 nmd .45 m.-pem IWas
-N HUY-4u- ITM N
v wt a mtI
wbl s ojo
eautfti T W Your Hose
31W mad ~ip ~ iufo .h
1 bow 11 lw u p- M*bir-- t b"
aN O N .- -M U 9 t o - *" j ^ -' ^ i 'r *
ff you not o w nu O ^ Ji4 W
VIM ,mew h totulmk L a M ierested e*. hi,
A = pUy lm ea m* a tlee son ts e renne awutfeto e 5
< sea io g eshoud be IM h M clr U* b h Min hu o t
= .21" t 0 ~mpg halms
MlB (f- ln eS *IMorutv suer- w *i or U net orfi -
mtMal rt d hnr dikt eay Im sa na wi a She=
soat pet waint Ohr w ptf to admit =0 11boSt1t sin boo e
bon takM a meIsh le to Wga4 0 i*-:
Jo rashiw-whot her they be 2 orange sw(emt)
Swlln or war4ime rayons. 3 2% frua t
1F5 aq l Job to remove super- 2 MOss or Umee
111MM 1 air 0 fro the l, if th l 4 lb s*gar
pewibI dark en4 hevy. 3 3Plaewater
A sem or Mate dipletary ,t Mehod-(I) with a sharp haves
spread VCr ~hair growth. aI- p, tIhe ckin off he fruit s
S toaInd reMan for 15 or 0 mlb- tiily aspossible. andpu t It
ue. md then orined off with warm uldS on a plate.
water. (23) Reov all the pith from the
Personally I -e no reason why fruit and throw It away.
the rwr cannot serve as well asu I Squeeze each piece of frit
a epilalptor simply wash theU over a bowl, on top of which pIem
l with hot *oep ad water, a strainer to catch the pie It will
iM and dry, uand then careful- be found that approximately ome
ly run the sfety razor down the pint of ruice can be efxtroted
g followting the direction of hair from the si pieces of fruit. Throw
growth, away the pipe.
some giris find emery staisfac- (4) Put the fruit. pulp and skin
tory. It IS like fine sandpaper and together through the mincer.
is rubbed over the legs in circular (5) Have three pints cf water
movemnts ready boiling and put in the
their has been remvoedminced pulp and cskin, and boll
the log should be massaged light- this l.for 20 Mugr ta d t
ly with chilled witch bazel of good Add it4b. of sugar and the pint
quality. The following night they of fruit juice and boll tor an hour
and a half, till It cets In Lsaucer.
may be firmly, massged with a put ItJr wih hate beeq
softening cream. Into jar which h bee
Make Lemon Sauce Today Daily Diary
icup sugar Daily Diary
I cup coldwtr Tomorrow's Events
2 tablespoons butterTo rowsEet
Cratedrindandjuier oPound sale at 22, Sweet Briar
grated rind and juice of one aid of St. a 's oe
lemon Road In sad of St Mary'& Home
1 eggyolk for the Blind.
Mix together m sugar and flour; Sale of flags In aid of St. Dune
add water and stir until smooth; Stan's.
add butter and lemon rind; boil Annual sports, Imperial College,
until thick. Add lemon juice and St.Augustine, 2.30 p.m.
Dive minutes, stirring constantly Dance at Perseverance Club.
slightly beaten egg volk. Cook Dance at Trinidad Country
two minutes longer. Use warm or Club.
cold. Make one cup. Dance at N.C.O. Club, ort
Read, 8 p.m., by Infantry.
S Trinity moonlight frolic, Prince's
Roller Blind Treatment Bullding, Monday, May 8, from 7
p.m. to midnight.
Strange as It 'may seem, when Air Transport Command danes,
roller blinds begin to bulk an easy Waller Field, Thursday, May 11.
remedy Is often simply to lift them .Jumble sale, Victoria Hall, San
off their brackets and put them Fernando, saturday, May 13.
back again. Never force an un- N AS. "Golden Glove" boxing
willing or wheezy blind-It will tournament, open air theatre, Cha-
probably break. i guaramas, Saturday, May 13.
Ra dioPro ~g r a m mwve
0:0 News "me Views the News 0. I. News
:15 Harry James Quo PRaO
0 .... Mirth & Madness Bob Croebir
'00 I Do 0 a ol~ music l ews Pom'd!rforissain
:6.... e.rson Album .......
6.... ..... .---, ;;-.
7 o:ee PeU S usaie News Great Oliderdoe
:17 Stock epot ....
7 N0ew s n Jubilee Waitsl Tim
4_:4$ Mcercy's Roundup
o .. .... News National sym'pbny Or.
8 :1 o,. Home Town News ........
10 World Aairs California Melodies .......
.4 3011 C. Serenaders Musict
:9 News U. Network Report"r News
I: isrrotlne family News at Home Sons o hIa
1 D uce Musti Kate gmlth U.S.O. Da.e TMo
0 0 :0 N ews Headline$ News N. Owl Clut
Ss To be annou ncod W a it
:30I .. Waits T& T i re*
__ 5_ :Re .......wi__nK e
SONGS THAT WILL LIVE FOREVER
SPErACULAR ACTION IN TECHNICOLOR.
iimw mmmw mmm
NVow Plying--Continuing Dailyg
4.30 and 8.30
r DANCE! SIN! iT'S JOYOUS! I
-- .,, w mw
IARILYN MAXWELL e WILLIAM GARIAN
NAT PINDLETON LENA HORNE
,,, ,~iii~iiiiu miiii ntiiiioiiiii .ori ., n$amimtiiHl
TODAY 4.30 & 8.30 and over the
Jon Hail, Maria Montex,
Turban Rley in
AL BABA ,AND THE FOBTY
EAGLE v. DRAGON In Technlicolor.
TODAY & TOMORROW at 830
Another Warner Musical
THANK YOUR LU. TY 8TA.SI
Eddie Canter, Dinah Shore. Hum-
phrey egart, Ann Sheridan.
,pecial Added Attrictions
AIHARSON NI' ,
Nme s agn m aJ" Ime.. f
fem"of W marWuft ur Ulu
| t-AeKiaemc*a t on s
WeJ iS S louse UM.lMts
MUes na& o P. tmnUlfn & A nI. LTO.
Tob1 s mo is 15'sovea m c
THE BRITISH AND|
l00 R XRCANT SKAMm
ow AuL To8 (m t1
ode ST. ANKI ROAD
Friday, May 5
*lk MJrCEANT NAYk
-:=t ad oMM In s1M
yfar favourwie t m
AesmeBodatloan *vaiabf t
|Merehan Nary ')l-- e
f Imamumrns@ at b s
O N- &me&i
New Brand Mdern Home
-Maraval .......... *1O,00
U Brathwaie SWrest,
emont. Posesson 3,100oo
SAlbert Lane, Up Valley
Rd. "Possession" ... '200
Practically New--Mathue ..
Steet. "PossesMsion" Bargalne
IS Queen's Park East
(opposite Q.P. Savan-
House, back College, St.
Enpty Cottage, O'Connor'
Street Best Offer.
I Large Estates, Tobago-
"Particulars at office"
101 Tragarete oad.
"Posession" ....... $10,000
Business Premises, 59 Prince
17a 1at Street, San Juan.
"Pomesa fton pp. mar-
I ket .........I..... $3.
99 lat Street, San Juan.
Rental $27.......... $3,300
23 Bournes Rd, St. James.
SBulk g ete ..... 4s00m
30 Roberts Street ...... 2J0O
90 Eastern Main Road.
Rental 24 .......... ,800
B fatyity. I Aredo
SA =5addl goad. Freehold.
New Medmn aeme. Vacant.
Young Pow Avenue I
is Znlghts Bridge. "Cas-
ade." N eMW Napty .
W Dun laW rmeet o$JI M
WM QuaMn. eoo- Obe.
Mount Pmrf&D Dairy. C=lm-
_lete. "Wt. AMk niamnem 9
xM-SUit. Opusatie M
Eq-Ar O'T."- |
'ash Gilaon Thorn.
W 7" 11101 -to *&a Tow
MW. O~a o.39rtotte.
Watch For "THE UNINVITED.
Teday. I and .$S
Marsa Hunt and Alexander
None Shall Escape
The Musical 8en
with DeOld M'C-
Extr~-CouBt Base a
at 4* and SM and Over the Week-end
lbs lut pd u M bl mEd f1*1h noThebuid I"
6 16 %1i I
sttuday, 93 -When Thief Mee t Tieaf ena GMuwmi
RITZ I R x V
Tonight, $.3S- Today, 4A4 and 4.4 $4
Thunmer Birds ndia. n ti
1dyngs- KAN G11
GAIETY --San Fer e Sm
TODAY. I &d "&W "d OVW S0 e We-oidk
TODAY 4,45, 8.30 p.m.
S TODAY 4.45, 1.30 p<
I Bing Crosby De
- and -
TODAY 0 & .- TODAY CaI. &A J
Fox New Double
"GREEK TESTAMENT Fern*ad GavO
Tlmely! Authentic I
'LIFE BEGINS at Tn
EIGHT THIRTY' GREAT
with -- d '-"';>','
Monty Woolley, Ida Lupino 4 e e
AUiRRA BA RANDOM
_ _ _ H IA 1 0 1N
TODAY t 4.4s & a .30 p.m.: ;
SUPER OIO 1 TIMO DOUMJ
QIRL CRAZY (Miclkey & A
TODAT el 3. to.4 p.m.- |
VAUnreg ppMCIMT M OtnMoo "O"~i,q<^
*'*'** r,<* p.
I 1 1
^ with -
0 Dennis Morgan Irene Manning
__________________________ ~A3 'U~1I, tiv ~ ~ 1
*I At vi o-M3
t 55, as frt ghA i st t
*R'dA^-- ~ ~ HHu~ -f ^c a i&at~M ccnK^^^^^^^^^^
f: IILUI -1 ui n uMOn --a
*WL00: Jit aD W ourslves, or are ve
&fb 1 what assstamnee we
flSBSF ena ifgl :h by
=Emend O.- *ant B r B a
riCi Y lOt let B have a lot of
x now a milieu or more doS-
Sto carry out the watea0 meb
ipRiM4 per-; (odIn the city Rug~inee'
ho the hnotthatUUle feoently the
t raie M.Om, am added that
e certain that they would not
nge t a loan of $10.000 to Im-
ve their water supply.
Cieuicludtla. he 'refUted. the ar-
.lnct that the coat of water to
t- c 41 would be ater if
sf Owme rtlc/lpted te the
t. wn that concerned them a a
BB 0Quncil, was what was the Bric-
S9te o ans of etttng the water
Vnt tOhi that the burgmee need.
^o %S Cement Factory
"k llegFn trie-
aoff the Ase a aordogh eodnotl
take up *o.tht rhlato support a motion
_n oas e aet ent to heseoeu ot
fronafM a la oaeo s 0e 0f a pIpo-d
s*t ther wSater O rde "to pa'-
t fte pethle from o retsua ierto
SMayr said, iUO~i1|inet, povety Bad men-
( Be stressed 4lonm wif consider tender
Councile bot 'tr.iawec ot the scavenging
on the Mac- ctct frto yasi as fro JIne
d by It sub- 1 det t Waterworts estimates
the report, i Had am e d the esood
had eted SJ the isnaets by-tew to
icorite should es^ A 8eW changes for
tlat rn- 'tlhat miad tlh, as adopt-
li~ p m e ans ofetting of Apr a 21t
a tlit IMv-
a, itsPolicea Seek 218
" Stolen Bicycles
S'rf ^*^ 0,** *'" EMU*t"
M of thewrA hAraO om
water1an 12 wawav 'im udrej a d e ighen r
n of w p Wrt of blyles stolen In thet city
and Its suburbs have bees lves-
AINTs u iAtei by the c.D. between peb-
ak ofportun- = APr. l4. thoe "4rinoiad
~~ ~YOGUardian" was relably Intome
! d. lon ,^ pw t "d^ nfW ,
te Art" n WMhl illaoitide teder
Be "ansth of February was
hg. lhest with h cycles stolen,
ntionedxo arc h registerew 76sand
Hatched In South
xIUO&-TOWM, May 4.-A
chlfen with three leg was
athedy t ytrda, by a Rhode
Island men owned by or. Lawrence
A. Jameas, heteacher of New
Orant B.C. School.
The additional low is slightly
shorter than the othUer two and
The strange chick seems quite
Tobago Club To
Grow Food Crops
Responding to official appeal for
Increased local food production, the
newly formed Charlottevllle Agri-
culura Club, organized by Mr. 0.
M. Tull, Headteaoher of the Char-
lottevlle Methodist School, ,has
taken 50 acres of land in a land
allotment scheme for its members.
The allotments vary from one to
wo acres and will all be cultivated
in food crops. Clearing operations
aYve been started to make the
lands ready for the coming plant-
The club proposes also to take
uo e tapping of rubber from
S mC rthubbe trs on the Char-
lottevfli Estate, the proprietor of
whUhft, pt. 0. A. is
honorary ~ jredetof the~ clu.
10T,44 A'XT CASUALTII
* W'ADt TON. May 4 ,AP) -
ur.Mou 0tlmson, Sectary for
=lorted today that the armed
SuffeAed a tot*l oI
41cOef sbae the out-
bkof w*f an a*e basis of dta
IVge ri by t=e Aray sad
TIsa an1 in4ease of I1
SPthe total announced a
I W* -I.
|| (e ot of Sca n
Is. s now under
by" the secrA-
tibout to fild
Ip~ s grsded $2,40@
Ayton Smith has been
ty Area Authority
In the Civil De-
i. Laughlin, of the
pea Force, has been
Bbthe Reserve of
tf t the Acting Cover.
P9W4 the resignation o0
I A. D. Sheppard, of the
Fbbe Force, effective
. Ghyrd has "been
U tsll mboo of
I~~~ ~~ ,-f v!rnaydil
U. S O eevna Assistant
[|swsBcrs CoillagU e.
, ,K'fta a~wo
*ettyflf fLvPrinc Stet
ft hihai, told b uss the
Presaging the biget profeusiom
show of Its kind ews produced I
Trinidad, the Trnad Prsom Oa
of which Councillor Albert Ooma
the Deputy Mayor, is prsilent, sa
Sponsoring the staing of a revu
"Land of the CaYPo," which Wl
Tutdasy, Ma Ku o l o nff
Anmrican wir cburtle.
The revue, in which the higb
light of the two days of Trinidad
colourful carnival are condense
and presented In a two-hour per
formance, is using profusions
native talent and is being pro
duced and directed by tw
Amerimana whlo have bad eXDertenc
abroad in this line Of work-C- pecIors on me Bw1n ui oMe ntL,
poral Tedd Joeephn, folrist and Department were officially listed I
author, and Corporal MRichard yesterday's 'Royal Gazette."
Knight, former programme direc- M. H. FP. Lucas gets one of tO
tor of the National Broadcasting two new posts of Chief Sanitai
Company and professIonal pro- Inspectors provided for in the 194
ducer.I estimates to bring the number a
Net proceec:s of the Show will oe stuh officers up to four. He is as
divided between the Win-the-War signed for public health work an
Association War Welfare Pnd for Is going on transfer shortly to To
Trinidad troops serving overseas bago. The estimates provide for
and the American Rod Cross in similar officer to be attached to.tt
t"rniatd. Malaria Survey. The posts AM
Among those taking pArt in the graded $140 to $1I0 per month.
revue are Raymond Quevedo (At- Mr. V. C. Charles tnd Mr. J.
tila the Run), Neville Marftno (the Anthony move up to the prade $1I
Tiger), Lord &ad Lady lem (of Ice _n140 per month and will be av
Creajn Block fame), Lord Beginner, signed to San Pernando and Cha
Cyril Monroe (musical director), guanas, respectively.
Juanita Gomen Rosita and Cre-. The other promotions llted an
mona (specialty dancers), and a -L. o. Peterkin, P. H. Roach, H
cast of 50 costumed dancers, sing- Holder. A. Mural, A. E. Oaski
erM and bitp laer. C .. Inniss, and R. Manbodh, a
This CarnivaSl revue has been inof whom re now In the grade M
rehearsal for the last month and --Sm per month.
costuming and special stage ets
have been prepared, ensuring the
on the pae iIn." t
being prepared by M Alfred C.- 6a Verdant Vale ita
dallo. ,,V aat
Red Cross Director
To Take Salute
M. Arthur Iuy, ,itish Red
Cross Colony DirectOr, Will take
the salute at tUe march past of
Red Cro Units ofat the Southern
Division when they et ftor annual
inspection at the a am Fenando
Drill Hall tomorrow afternoon.
After lnpecting the detaeh-
ments, the Colony Ditetor will
present badgs and bars to suc-
cessful members and later will
address the assembly.
'To Pay $150 Fine
Trinidad (uardian Cofeseanuent.
TACARIUUA, May .-.oothdeo
Durbal, a Tunapuna shopkeeper,
appearing on' Monday before Mr.,
K. L. Gordon, magstrate, TuruI-
pun&a. was convited of prositering
on flour and fined $166 or tout
months, e admitted seIu J hall-
bag of flour for S.
Special Constable RUiley Eccles
,laid the UflfornuwatO.
Dhanlal Hart, a Tacarlmgua shop.
keeper, pleading uty 'with Ignor-
ane' was 9=e 9, W Six weeks,
on uach of two charges last week
for pronteering on Ovaltune and
Mr. H. Roeseau. of the Omtrol
Board, laid the charges.
Sqt. A'cnm promseuted, while Mr.
. Harper, solicitor, represente"
different prices per acre. Arlmea
River and Blanchlseuse Main Road
MMing through the Estate from
North to South.
Apply C. CONNELL,
'Phone Arlma 10.
25, Chacon Street
Tuesday 9th May, 1944
Am per lnstructlon of Barelsys
Bank and Hardware A Fleetric
On view from Bfh Instant and
Boyd & Hutchinson Ltd..
4, Taylor St.eet
SATURDAt, TIMAY, 1944.
mtr" 0. Iby 0. J. amn -,
Sa 7 I bmill bua1 34.19"
0 1 FWAIN*1 a-%a;-Wia-
nMui- I t M& 116, Siprit md
v-r Ms- .y-ai !1111 1o
= 0 10^ftJ^JIJj 1~f dk"
i ""f'M jg 'fch .
^C^^. ^^^T*'mil cat"^"
iv w fw .
- s*-Ar Il9jr
Mohammed Esau. a San Fernan-
do man alleged to have been caught
with two stol']n tyres that belonged
to Mr. A. Maillard, of St. Joseph,
was sentenced to 12 months' Im-
prisonment. He gave notice of ap-
ROLLER LO N11 TO CLUB
The "Trinid&d Guardian" under-
stands that the St. Ann's and Diego
Martin Local Road Board decided
at their meeting last week to grant
the application of the San Juan
Athletic Club for loan of a roller
to prepare the Barataria Oval for
thel sports meeting this month.
s f IM. .
ft" a s *b *U '" O lit
'_%%5@Wuv. IN "a asmmby tom
iiaLU a be "" "a the codadl
oats *4 the erbury *b
valab Quilt, as A Yuseff
fora f2 0rd us eft.
amse nt to by Mr.
Ogordon for tdtlng
Mahtr O udit was sented !d to
a months, while the others Were
*.eh given a tlhm-monthi so-
Oh e are of throwif t ots
they r w each entenesd to three
months, the sentenesA to riut an-
bfem ed All, of R! Dotef
a b svealso accused of ausaulte e
t o kn at. i snMaibut beaus ofh
mON ddkkh WMWl II be wft fned $Mor O m amnths.
;v" ato we ow& His ost l ean record saved
i .... ........ ......... a Joseph Mathiao, a curem" mom,
efr gon moe to a ieson for thmws
Sastoes. He was fined $10 and $4
SHal-SIain b l Acosts or 90 days.
Starts Street Panic Ryn 4d Johnof Caroni who
Gu ai a OseroalsOe. was found croseirg the runway
CURM, May 8.-- th at the Piarco Airport without a
blood streaming ra its neck ermit, wes fined $10 for being
a bull esced after it was found in a protected area
stuck at te 'lunapim. abat-
toir -Jlast rWiy afternoon arnda Vincent Job, a Tacariua man,
Sfor more than an hOtt raedt who stole a white shrt from his
S madly through the trees of brother-in-law, .was fined $10A
b St. Gill. $1.50 costs or 30 days.
Panic-stricken pedestrians Pound loitering at St. Augustine
r dashed into gateways and by-, by Lance-Corporal Eccles. Carlton
s roads to escape its fury. PFniel, a Belmont man, was sen-
l yt was subsequently held 0. tended to 30 days by MY. Keith
SBelle Smythe Street by meft Gordon.
who chased it over the district
spd taken back to the abattoir. Accused of waving his sweet-
heart, Irene Woote, a thrashing
and then taking. up a cut-
npeetorS lass and defying a police con-
stable from entering until hr was
61Get Promotion threatened with a stone. Edgar
0 etP om to Graham, a Tunapuns mran, was or-
ep i o a ry Is- dered by Mr Keith Gordon to serve
Ten prodtions of anitary f- our months In prison,
So l' sll e if we
tom ai wsos ear
U T./*." *a==-rI
1" hith.r. Imw %
< rM way.
^ Hrmember wkeo
5-f gJ suliz stomemure
tt casebluy. Oft eieo'l
bbepooeful b 4ote emmoug to
give you a really good lather in aB
quart 'of waee.
IU yoi m M a wittr tha yaou
aetmaUy ed for t-
oftw aob In and. you'll ned
moeasre 1 Mthe
rhon, an U. B r-"
Thea- niea o nd Jl
was Wuas t-
btcmo% tmdfam ^'*!&
stokl eand oth yler
in. thing* Ut. allr
leth e btt ow t inbte o
Squae th andies and blonstm in
t Lu er irsat, then the
woollens and finaUly the
nstockings-ou i th*
se sn* nd
Follow thee tips and
y 1 you'Tfind that you'll get
the beat ponible ot of
your precious Um.
is ue _e X -LX t .,l -'M
25, Chacon Street,
Instructed by Mrs. Cottrell, Mr.
Ribeiro and Mr Edwards we will
sell such goods an ueftuli items
Simmons ax.- o'" r "ingle a.nd
Double Beds, Springs and Mattress-
ex, Crap. and Mahogany Dressing
Tables Glass-top lady's imeser.
Hanging Presses, Was'iatands, two
mua Batman Cheat of DraeVrs, it.-
ing Tables and Clhirts, Sideboards,
Crockery. Oil Stoves. Ice Clohest
Glassware, Child's Play-pen, High
Chair, lo-Cart. Pram, %.rib ToIlet
Seat, HanC and Troodle ewing
Machine, Electric Hot Plate, Toast-
e, Iron, an, Reasding imp, 4-
Burner Stove and Phonograp.
SMorpenter's and other tools as-
BChisels, Saws Planes, Squares, ,Au-
gure, Drills, Blow Lamps, etc., and
Wood Carving Tools 8oldering
Irons and Silver-plated Dance Band
Items on view now and terms -
Boyd & Hutchinson,
.W..UITSTAN MITGA, AV'wT...
. u.l. ----.J I ---
- ....-....-..--..'---.-...---~" I
A first dus opportunity exists to pur
eflme and MMo several rtcent7
built larp 2f (Someae mma)
g "so COrIed (Imne Iron) btmidtU
recently Wt up and an In om0 0ofr%
drtTon. Te wtth w ter sn
sWsp pp#f. mlt u aote., te. t 'ho
.m ... o1*
- ,..tftNo H.~. .?i,
lPwW-f-pW% Aset Cnm, AMiitN
*.a~f fl If. 16tf
Mr. LUsh^ WiiiUxiuj
4^b^ Mt^ WMA&F^. K
*, '" 'aS flNNW af <, j'.,
Flo Igo .
WARDROS. MORRIS SUITES
DRESSING TALES, CABINETS
WASH STANDS AND MARBLE SLABS
DINING ROOM SUITES
VARIOUS SIZES UNFRAMED MIRRORS
MATTRESSES, FANCY HAND BAGS
GLASSWARE AND CROCKERY
4' 6" BED SPRINGS
2' 6" SIMMONS (Brown) FOLDING COTS
Pfrtc s oF pRODim0 obrTAulAi AT-
S#e-10w w k-
A,.. '*4* w A
at your jewellers!
21 Qbe tma & Co.
PORT OF SPAIN
4 a-s aIa'WtW RITM
ONE BOTTLE of
mlm i rs BUlBT R mVM
Ams "a M MU. T Demmme
7W|- EXOnS WOIB A -pCS
|| |111 IIJOL Y tS1111 IO U/.g.1130M a t I %Vnl
and 418 Aeren of Fertile Laud.
Any offers or inquiries must be addressed to
Mr. D. A. Laurie, Hindustan Estate, Princes
N.B.-Wil be pertieuliry Intwres ed In any offer from
GeverMiet and ,or a"y ef the Trade or Labour tUnions.
STOPS under-arm PRSPIRATION
1. Does anoe t uses, J d
-m iff de ,
N. wairng sA. Ca -b
wed dgA ebm- d ok
U. 1Mdr ched_eemiede
IL m 4a*Immd
4b A we. wit e. pmds m w
S Asdhd o bees ase ded do
Apessl &W of m- l imm
dad bWbwdm 8m
IN Bol ;-wo -f^IaI
- Sg^ -
ipI" r eA.* ii -D ee s i is-
iUf ATiONI VACANT
r PLlUhCjhlJ MA&.D/UTI1R. must
SI. 6 ~4 3I0 Circular Road.-May 10
Ib~ri&eRIVCb~i COOL good wages.
K Mlnaw ~MMlU Ca<1 CCarmode Red,
A unt t o o n-May ,
1 W"UD-A MAN to Cut SeUN ad
1tia11 OWN. Apply: 1 rfak Stret. New
tMI dtore.-MaY y.
APPLICATWOH AMZ INVATiAb by the
ek at laust l Trainingl lot the puI-
O ft ut im ar tte but h. The du-
ue w al be ld dow n Rt Motard
Mad u U the wMimtaMUon of ithe
ratan ml CapR a. eiset otc., in M,-
$MM of M 49 As ApptOUce, nand
*wlhve teMaii workbupl end repoirtlin
Wh outhern Causmlittes of t e oMrd
d as seta l7 d courintion
fert t tbody.& Tb slary attache
S the pOet wIII be $ per month Plus
OMakdrd Oovrnmnt War Menue and o
poed travellng xpoenss. and will to
awet4 to one month's note on teil
id CandidoteM s hold aplr Is their
a dwtiUanlf to Arlci0on SI tri'ltly,
r i Junior Technical school. an
Ci9o. n or before the 6th May 1944,
P artlulre of the poet.--May6
WA NITD-Aa All-round Servant. 6
A tree -May U
K. to lie In; hratil-day Mald. e-
,e-Md. 34 nlisbeth Street.-May 6
6OOK0 erail. Apply: Mrs. Wlo.n, 1
ZXPEHIKNCDO, Competent stenotypist
Sowledg of accounts and stock-
M iri denitlr poilton with large cooncrern.
Sapid, accurate typing and note taking,
It rta 0o approximately 100 anld 10e
word per nilnute. Tlest welcome. 'lhone
P -Ma 13"
YOUNG LADY. eaperlminced ling Clerk
so TypLt, seeks erployment, beat relfr
MN ., Box 0-Iei, Guardian ".. May 20
iMALL IRMS, what about Your i-okel
Von B97 not be able to employ a wbhole-
SIhl Accountant or Bowk-Keeper, bit in
eidr to know the true tate tof your buel-
Mo and to ascertain partilulat! for in-
sile tax and other purposes, you MUST
kep proper books. Lt us don your work
Ir thll year. Fel e moderate Rin
Richerds. 1424.-May 20
TOUNO MAN BXPNRIZNCDKI B,,1.-
ieeping Clerk and Xtlnotypltl erreki a em-
loyment. Good retfrinrs. Apply No
S lixth Avenue. Bnarataral,-May Ii.
POULTRY f SUPPLIES
900ib OlR AL. House nr-, to 'at
rent. Four kiods. PPui Cau enl m -Slay
1M pM COCKS. fun, monthsli l
'Pa"i'ff M L"6nue. O G
ORDER ONE WEEK OLD MHART
QWICKa that live and row. from ieCaetro
farm, 4 Bndditl Road, Maraval --May 21
FP, White Leahorno Brown l horn:
youth Rocks;. Wyendo'la Ithodie
Rlnd Rtds and Common Broid aRg,
'Maone Matron. 23 S i. Ailjuetlne+ -
LE01l.t.;N TRIOB, IUn s M Oxford
Street May b
FOX TICRRiI.lt Il'ttl'l (ar ale, euline
U0 each, (fremles 61 irh b 'Pholoe I61
f ca11l at 8 Wainwrlkhgbt 81 ret May 7
ONE IHOL.STXIN COW antil (1i, One
Molieln Hetiler. ApplI'. 191 Traaret
TWO I OX G IOUNDS. agri 2 years 1
Slonthl. hilli, Start hunting Appily:
flchSr.). King Street, t. J.lorp.l,- Mav a
THREE U1IKINO COWi lor sale at
hollO street. Ban Juan I Slourorro Apply
to Ra mluchan.--May 11
ONE HOLITEIN HlEI 1 R Aiily ,40
Itandehiar Htrl, t. Jamnie May i
RABItTH and HUTHE.H: a s / While
X1n1 Pigeons and Piteon i[,tt 'f'l].ne
UU.u w lW I U )Ou canI't I.lihl P.o
Je l i advltI at UUi *>UIli1. out '1lIree.
Montl ul'uiipiu c*i) oe t.illiii a rllt, ),o
the *Iae LUN5t Ona bucca Ie liari.time.l or
Yie a eiliudtl. rllt Tue Melaia2,
McMasitcr Jus Ii 4uGI, 00M giparla IIIJ,
ilCy. June l
V'AY AX.^-l NIHT CL.A"KiSK, inrlr-ly
tllo bprlngibank Alenul', CAh d6t.
'knlie vila. A.it ttrowl n-May Iu
LEAJQN 1`0 Ii UiltlV IN AD ix.OUVI'l
(one hour petr iday). Fr particulare.
appiy: ieaIrl, d Par& Wreet. 'Pboune bal
CO. .4'ONDIENCE LEdtlSN8 in Writ
ien x. MInel iris Valeie-Lowiie,
lne. el Munic it*nI O In Trinidad. 33
hri O 'eel,--Mair It
BzOlt'i'.A ANO. t,.ik eellitliti, T l'earlt-
Sl.ngisb.r Arttlunetic. Mixe Vlrgintl
I. BayaMk. la Cae&ode ---My 16
*M1I&KVU4Ouy --lacruing ami uLy thud
eIlS oiljlote by fully qual led Luiiglim
ehool-teacher AIr$ nr urn, bealitiful
ripuods. ,krelleni uld0 'P100on Mrs
Ooind. 7311t.- May A6
TAKE YOUR TRAIN1NU at the
cliton'e Conunerelsl School, litn Fernanido
WxmpXreparatlon In all comminlial Sub.
ti" ly school and mvenilt Ciasm
I&ISSI COMMERCIAL tAOll.lS.,
Swhlknd. lTypwrittingl. Atcountancy.
tirme Correspondence. n"$lfth Ariti-
I t IctaryShllp. 5 Lor Street. Sa
LACKMAN -PIANO LEteION S &Duke
*NCItR'l COMMERCIAL KVENIt-G
eLAS8E Shorthand., Typewrittln and
bo-ksepteg Tywrltlntri work umder-
tkn Uppll Bum*s 8trot. Cur.--
OMPi"ET Caf"n iEtL-.TAUHT'f
IeIIre for 12. Apply or send mon*y Order
to Manager. Ideal supply Str. Arime -
V. UGOUIN-OIKAN. A C R A Ceolr-
Me Aoenuntnt. 11 Edward Slr-el coaches
(W w ltheMher Accounting. I
WEE" nORAv'rJT Indlodual letrave-
Ve MeleNe. Newton Bernard. t(i
p Slwd Stree-magy Ir.
PARTICULAR PEOPLE refe Mr-.
Agm~r. 0l "od -znlntw" far swom.
MU T IA eI (ftMar bMrber a0
m oaI, M ated u Par0ila
BBC eks e ad- MMUI Caom
l m d at Mine quaMre.
IfI ll,,klm"m Alfred
Hyi~~~Z~m aM A,-ff^_
nW. C3 .
Wa. W54 "fe
be;Nn; mx sg. idL 5;-
so ^-W ^ ^ IN. MWA XM aM dB-
for I Ate11 .I dim One O oV i se ra- E--I ..L.. C
mairl. -s es er 'od m N, T. "& OUSES FORSA
AAA.O OO PAW as ,G It.I A m "ai. VEUEOadT
and Goemeeal CmIns gns On,- LAD)IEW RALEIGE CIY. poT t.Aeu"
I ,rthe Ns v snlll*00 I lilYb" s indt n Write MOD O I: Palae 0 lY Mod ilt55.-.-ULwe .
IU4 ~ ~ ~ Anu i, P -M 1 -P3Oran. "loTwn WAeI UIS 1n0CD. W062
iosna aeRd hs a .-May S.Ill.L
0AASLANC" ...-.-0 OP 'in' CtS AM 1OWDITIOIS3NUUNIT is CliftnHill. I.S~m. Wa. X OINaweetmle
Olel~e NodCoffeeSliest.. S"a Ueessaud prj4eelami. Mgti d;nishusm LALd ta IU.I.EiSad.N eey .5
for lbs beet values tsttsand Pyja SS a
um. *afactsorivstse-Wa -Ma2.II O ATISR ATPI1My .kai-5S,1
111E SILVA 13011 MAN PeenWMMB nU TO a_ g W F AC- ASOD.ShesiaSet-Sae
RARstIRMIwTNrl as noiet. us ,,s and ve"ry a fl oitgoM me v4 *. MT'
i-trv PeeSing. observation abl T ruc k L ulgd oI" .. ........t i
, "wToR Rete t sig- .--- y P ul tw .., l>,--. ,. +M d iii KBA?
elenbllhmwat P.Abeer teei S IH MpAGARNEU FORA SAtE Seeoni-.Ba
aleno t restna t sadfaresa --Jul tman e 1. toi
no"" IV*' sal Altfioti IFn A'rcy.n Wrt wastd study ILt n l iO t btt
stairs to.lot to h alt.1-13,591,. y 1 el 'tt 41 li stl- (4) r rl, t y
Inc.u aPI1 on lrur llw, 18of" plo lt .-,M1kay, 6 7. MM0 tltl am 1,001,
Btimont, 'Phoie Uta.--May 11. AiCADB IOOKWAlA. 1 Irederto g.tmt., Mltv *__ __ .
LA TROPICANA RicOTAURtANT, 2!. I t *<,--M^S?- ,., ..O --M. ALR. J0&1 AIjnID *IMI TIl. W^W.^^^-^^-.
Wssealoteisol 1 Pettlienee lSteet. U
Vwenepetd Wihn etee1~ ewal ftieBan e MAGAZINES FOR SALE "g" Orec. *ile= =. A C so' ooa'
aetierl 't-pro.l.'s. Wraclten. miapt, Drift MA41AZINNE *UWICBP'rlO S. MCaI I "C eheal 4
eeto --May.1Paa uttrn. aen .eStyl e s.tTrue Dotr 'AAIh-ew MotfemElow CII-m ANNOUNCEt
t ^,^sd:^ dr' 'l^^ ^ "g.ll; M "".A OW. IO d VII'sM F ,-0,-
mot rt-e,.M-y+"--,-i .,o+ e it ~O V, X 't do _o~ ,,m,. w..^ s s LOa: to.AIL r .a
------- -- (te*tJv l ent nd t. Wrte forn. Alfredol tr.ld Iete i -ity Io Tta t Ciats Aa"na 5 i,0 I
CHIRAPO DY +ksnd" 5o: l PenthS; t ,ndw 1?t"" .! ? 9 W "L.h t I- '" '
Fro nt st.M Arvhoall Poset 16x 3 11.- ?0011. or saIt A t49 Me Stagge 4) Ft. ad, dl I i
RESTAURANTS AND FOODS Ma39-y4 ipehod near owi
CTIR WPODI M AL BI IN U It. UL tot MAamn e IUicT mo al. c (hewlpo- ReidU6 Waeth Str et.d SBIS. 11E. elr
HS and CBCTII forrly DOtRid oL set rates, all kind. eoodings o0i5 t tles l A. the 5< a A as. 9 Obse--tw
UnivrsitHy Vienna enm i ne CORN Di H L A~ t 1.O ll?^ !" w 71 c -Bp w m n view p oe,,,ton Re oa U* eorr A wl P ERSONAL NOTICES
lROWINt. NAe. CA3LOU4-a nd ot A ARCADE f OO rIA. toTred .ric t --Mas
ILA TROUBPI.ANA lnTARANlyT. "32 Sts treet.h-May2 N 0FOR ? 2a3 BHALT..40 ALTT IDME. S"M13, a J %n
Vincentt Street. 'Phone 532 hwD MAGAZIES FOR SALE. AefCOMWeisImmediate "asassismadlcos LnhsaDne"ge29:silra. .1:"ao" .11t .wltho a g A N NO
Tosni, deiiusD Lnche eAnd+ DinnAers atw 55.35 EJemott 3.56tann-My 8 R~on.t.0e 0OT5 it nMUlhents ltld Stree ~t.- eNNOaNCE EY
ShilngU up. specialerrosengemntsfrt "JGlaasmowI 9.96; 'Timte"U.60o- l Ufe" Mv 1
onme "r office, Ws slsom;ateK tIr"Reelr' T .Diglest"N 3.064.- UNALOW. i tvr.
parties-Way Trmnt wt Digest"A- 4.W:. Popular Mechan 2oms, ,oe nIoTtny Jvl. "be amS
SR____"_ _ANationalGeo.e p.,airA"6 .9 .-Tu O A B r. 'su -B domervnot'- ""taLOt.An. for e mai
tectielyS 6.18;:"True Story" 4.35: "Seroefi g0111 7 sewer. esyantStrs- a ah lb oort.&
CHIRAPODY Elad" AM48'l "Strength eTBAIOMTN ND PAINT DhmAnlV t ?Nt M un"dTTnl wnatte.-M mr. ewr.K-vn Clb
IilPH DIiS 1'-M ANPl (UnlE nLRpl- yer'S syous drecatn w israc t lf r -ohor.ee Ner oAT.E l e M nOSE. 4 at Wa y 1.i l
eCIIIAtraine) formerly .UL RI Cof tln SebMnd, cqueaor mot e t order. 8 t edrooms and alddle a e
AlTe Vienn.H amerAlyAe ocorNSft AhaP. T Box57I.nC Ceelatedonia Roadp. Water nd e Lt. G rood
Uonrsi VinenAIne. Comedle COendloth-.Oere alO frte-May I view Possession.Rssata.eofferApplYPERSONAL NOTICES
NO" CALOUSEand hr MUSIC BOOKS--World ur4soP ianShnoxt'Phmonep 11- 1 49'.
FOOT- TlOU810S.t ia nless8ly. SrIENO Pieces, Catechism of Music, .an eusicBripltS. 23 BRATRWATTE STREIETm. im. A. nalviielsl
TIFIC HOyaud FACE MASAGE aetcIanm ndatrac. 1..nt so longer responsll
NAhoI.me or1ALlcOUc, rt ACH A DI- PINTFE tc. Refleti San Prine doo-Ma 1e tte r1aanni. 2k T t me debts cntractow by
homerofice, tllorR D y O e ie l otTy. d t te ? ar .-Wlay 5 Jer maashe ,havaag
*PI4ONE 65G1'tralnatment with VIA- - -p-- A"tA STREE" cnt. lust rnte
TIIRMICRt(ALVANICTFARADIC CUR SERVIC ESe AN h REPAIRS arein. lhomts.i'e Thonilate--'D e poetn Jl
TtPNT -May 12 SEVCSADRPISpoetoFsJl
EXPERTetA Pli tR -,CIROPODIet TRTAIGHTEN AND PAINT Damaged tsr-t'Man "n309n('itle-Mre u-Myr
,OSEPX BRNOtT, tpernoatlowRost'., PROPERTIES FOirSALE -- lemon Hos .4y "er
frr|,inc'y r~lyl..-M~y IL ;(-i,,ln, 'Phone 6378--^ y? 5^ 'I' V l 't ot '( LAN I One **"o ,
-10S1P1 RAMDWISSNFIELD, Unive-ty obo "e.Parts py oforcl -ma.y
toIelrPa"TInn formerlyamedical doctor, Mitchell's. Rp arlotted Street-May Isn atortrep'. M ofn felfAr aureeand Nidis TH; PUBLIC It baa
g vive ESH iRrrMASSAGE. eorrccHlnplh A. A ND-Roadi t MakO. Coutn diApl.Otboal P.p tl .e ltlongrepon.nhlpo
t renicing remedesl (a inlesly) OOlTi De. 130iCharlotteS et y17 o uin1'debtst cont rated b y my
TtOTIr CiA. CORNS. IN GRONG FOR BETTERAS ul1RNe EngAv LtEd r r dTlN Imediatenaoe. can. lsheaingloeft oC IN
Ynrk,. ~ ~ WM 1143. -ortM-fteet rpaovt 6 titt8 rt .Masy
NAI.. CAit l lOUS t S, ACIA41 Me plate. Refi e ting signs. A NTWooden dwnLetters a- n gia Re oad tValle R-t 41.on, t L 1 4 on Aprlda. 1344
AOlI -eHtN (iO metilclr. Daily S-- a Offie Painted Slgantordi ae Apply.o W Modern. lt. t ". t Red eal t wor-in a t i. TAt lr s REV, i.
43+ M .red +-,MSvTREET,81 1 Catr n street 'PhronfBn -M a t " CoLtre y Cld, 39i dollw llrvntlo retoUlo o( pU-m y 1 ml0t A
b -Mayy 10
T ,ll vl UI'I.._iS 'rtANsfer ATn ,K? On S tr et-On 5202'Ie ol rge leers rom. v utory, Pl "e. g rB Teo n C oIts hild lelf
81stio~ni 'PilOt-t: 4160. Laest glee-tut-MyI I______-- -am no 10lo r n der
al tnl apparatus aI at. fae high JOSEPH BENOIT, Expert $Stove Repaint P O E T S FO r S ALo u nde
freitr--ppy rawe-May I and Oven Maker 112 CAlifton Hil. PrltPO PRTF-ORA LEw DO 1MY l -Musbn
cf-k-etl. 'Phone 37My-May 511 'AW L f at.L ofne AND sae ,One Hous e,
OLD, UMBRELLAS MADE NEW by by the Main Road. Petit Va1lly. Apal -4May 7.
MOm.rAl)+t t1atc (hrpe.rRDORFGRTORS FOR SALE Pr^.^'oOLDr R]R8Ia",N1^ """*" 0' 118"1^ ?lena; vSSMay l ;'
CHIROPRACTIC tar-e.Ia. evolvedree Om when Recovering. to Mrs. Moonaram.-MayoI THE PUBLIC is hll
OiR J0EPH IERRMIRA. DR. GLADYS A2Rl'rinceAStrelt.-ray 13 LAne IIw FREEHOLD PROPERj, wamt nt esponellble for
FEICHRtI A. Chiropractors I-formaerly Neu- HOTr Ph 4ER hIPSTEI 4 1 5 Archer Dffndom aod trey substantially bu lt, house Il ato itd by 2m y i fn, a
York.. 114 Frailurkt Stre l et toopoiasits atiat r-.et -Il ,Ma yAcontaining four b edroms, stuy dnia having left my care A6Oe, f
Matr>' Cluilegel, 'Pho ne unt9 WMem .r AuCo Rnit ChOUE PAITr. wo g rkman- an lirawing "l^roos at ry l to^ie and QE
A nlo-West *is y7 ChiropairL Asoci ation hp guarantd. eltint eWears.-M y d ntwo stled bathrooms al u nd r oaepoont. -May t
MlltlMBredl May AVLrernlAa troeeoT Poyt-r- etraln Iev Large yard. c esed, two sen ve ants' rooms. THE PUBLIC it b ha
ti-elq them all The ChiropruAl'tic apr-derl EiutlR ad i ce.27t .ChStreet. 'Phone Lendeap5P roxi mate.y 51/ a114. ara I tie 4 debt or debts contracted
Ii i ih rer 1A),h r-,i t'.. h.C O4 May 22 sq..ft.). Posisason June 1, 13r44. For Ret m, shr e having left
liPBt-L a tl t--l 5 1 o1 tl' peath tl S tret ei OerI i tla and Rtoberct .apply 1t o 0 L i Stoti.
S.1d39, ,o71 1edi, +b(l t Frot U-'P hon p024el' B ath e Oeu. DI t a 5ll6411 or 414 .-May 14 1C-
oMrml iKA'?- niAlnl es t t yhrp rnslir t RADIOS. REFRIGERATORS FOR SALE FREEHOLDRttESIDENCE, 118 Long -May ab
Asso|.iaon ritsntedl ..Way lar 13. ONE;AtUTOMATIC ELECTRIC RICORD Circuler Road, 4 bedroom&. baths. 2 THE PUBLIC io hbr
_____ _w__ v HiANi Al ItPtk-upi. link it9Marine sewer large yard two minutes walk am no Ilongr und Ad
.k reodel, 'Phones 42dl 4Re6n May a from douniraylClub. deal locality; home- tion of 1Ay iehad. At
Moeor a lo .eel, tan F ando, eP h'onhons 424 1M 4 44 -C--M ayD wit .- Mye. Dr -baOn
AUOOTV rIrTIC BOTTLE COOLERS-only tn pos guar nteed. Forappoint- Ma hn lt
A~rJ,)M~FIE I remainingg At 691 Marine Sqts.e.- m:nt teiepbonn.4475,sGerge Arnoingem.- sry 3. 1944.
MOTORS FOR SALE ALL MAKES OF flOOr) ItADION. Radio- NEWLY-BUILT DWELLING HOUSE. -May 9
gritne and Record Players Radio ServOS eali modern conveniences statdingonsanp- THE PUDLIC in her
1)lik;ii Ili-iltik-. 1`11110111 t..very 21 dhm-on street. 'Phiine 551il.d May 22 Proximately 2 1/3 Lots LAVd, III Circular Virginia Martin. am al
ael,)l1 Ills btnieitt. N' T lras.onaible FOR PKRTIES.-Am O hTier. 1 T Record Road.d san Fernando (net aramm ount careo nd Protection ofI
,lier retiorrd Atply. J Mvggnuth. Wages. Au.ola I. Chan i Radio service. 17 Hotel). P'a"e* o n within u onhs Mett lartin.
l'olnteh- a May lH e'y n 7 Clln lac Salstreet. one 1914.-MI a 22 Offers Invitedl. Robert M. Duvenn at asset. mO r ad
IMMEd iv IATE YPLate AI itl T Sedan, RFRIGE RATORS. ONE 'W NG 'c l. Sn PIe ead.-n IS -aM,"ayIt 6yxIDn, (
P1046 oilt) Wo1Tln, ru le etyfe G A tOUSI l rat- in lly w Ir new: One Lathe SIE DACREIS &I -iStgE altn lef b e
PEL DETa model. leder'phon 4m 4261494S.-Moy 10.
workIng v f, o e w e e l ,et ry t nyr.a lcesed RADIO .PilcoTropie. 5 a Tt 1'oll 1 4 A 96 T Heryite t, iedea te c lo atu kAshaviegIn.
sell Inur"ed I A Allly' 0n FVne rke, ,d mod.el. 2' al t fined, lm tr, Pboal lIo.n freahold reoperty. e/e 0 Boa I'N101,andP protection on APA
4 c ra ho O S ,irlien en ando. o ta T'Phonep 1441 May in Oufr ity. -mat II .CHANSERLAIN
101 ,r M 1 4 ACRES LAND with y urrop. Dry -May 8
:1 i, Hit P :e IICK. i. Ien i P ctcnditieor MAONE % P UII PMCO NTIC1 1 TuObes* One ihoods. et. Freehold. powluaot.MA o d THIN PUBLIC Is be e
I; 1 wl ,d t torils Licence andIns urane@ B A T+12 r itbes: Olin .C 7 tutaTsb us Alness. B Srtlt. 27 at. Vincent eiutreet.- m oonr und
li'I'i tO, 19144 'hl't'nr- t.47 --Mily o three of lhe lteirk antdbrelt receiv-ing "s Ket My 20am 0logrudri
Fi":( ) 1. OS~TrIt.rulesenitle r-a tIoflaei,-i ioA dIly w wa or-wew Ala itr iher FR Pastu OLDeaige e Two-kaIney "" M ou tion o(if r my husband,
lmlY $I t ,'r -lonitoffer. TaspVhone 4461 Jiune 2 from city. 'Phone 6.034-Mayis AGN
8 ,,,,siP .I.l..'T l "y" *' 'Eo do... oS s". mgoao. tsc.M M5 A aro -V. og *
rc~cofuti, come limes, teak, your to THlE PUBLIC tis he
'o'.1 crX-c C-Ar like re"' C'R t ,,nlitrtT 1. A ,ll. ,as 1 atil out e AI.O PAcres.d nefarmetsOPyOOar Mokram. andI
I titt lo1rvet. 'hiuirintav Maoy t) lea it yoll lve no tyres lot poor car tnastr, tones beans, limes, rsm pra na rer' yelf responsible for
IUBR114iS OXryi) ilCAB l.nronsedsand 'r)yor tar Its beea tnoole. *p11000 eIln-house, 2 drying bhonss. etc. LA PRISSITA contracted by last
lnntirtl. li-ve tires IeI tM), No r-seno. .1'v ili"n 0114. M He llsell you a I rrueao PMtdre. nS AIMes. ranges eonoa. y RANPEN
luoely Lalloch. A1 4 eet long, erodue typen vll os mnager' -
111,5 ('ffe-r Iof~lwd 'Phl e RU nv"tye cffe 104i MetvilaeI" s Io a
11:111 Motrtltil 14 i 'P, In l oit v w c i slth brand 1 n.pp Johnson Uutboard. You hooe, large dryting house. over s' uar- '11E2 PlTBLTC Is he-
tretan Iravel to ally Iar 4 lbthe island bY werf. ei. T d Imtort R o 00- wIfe. Annie Sam., ti
flIe,, Aye i.no rr-aannaieriogFf searI ,The se 1a5is not zoo'e'.i You can Ltd. I Abertoto n t tee.L-Ma eand protection.
fleen streei A I'r'liul 1titd' Maynror-erln pleaaure-crulse as much naeyou vsanL t -' FOR RALI-A New Modern auegalow
ouI'el:1 9 FOR T) 'TtRUCK for-Pale epectiou by appointment. ay on Freehold Land. with four -bdroom.s.P
Alii ColbiA p. Sad'Tdli fBr l. ONd-MORayIU ALLY 1 i t7.' ,P,$-Cylinder tleatoulA aO bath, dfwets room i -Me UBI.b
ItWover D elEngine.Applydining rom,*, In a very ;oMl asd aelect E PUBLIC is he
I fPRYI% VA 1-11 PICK .UP andFOR D k4 to SuCala A Navarro. dt. Vilcento ttre i o.n. Phoole 4164 en .1 Wsg 21* anIno longer under
V 0011V5Vk l PiCk, ~th vP ,les n'Ord .4Phone 5881.-,May6 PREvROLD PROPERTI, poses elon. In iton of my husband. ,
Ton I's Tructk, h-to vehfor 1014 or recned. 1t6-FOOT CRUIPER TrYP BOAT, suit- businessteintre. 5 Prince Street. Busine that I do not hold mj
nIvnvee(10rl t.ant rd fir tyr i e.i run- able for Inboard nr uttlLurid ellcone. new "lsec with stock of furniture and gold any debt or debate eo
10' Ir AIur~I l roodnW'Phone 49351 arrtabottom end ptielntork 'Phone 64. ltewenter-; nlso One New Two-storey wBuid- SYLV
1in1o rM. 9 3 Pointe-a-Plerre.--Mayb p Ing. thlt completed, at the beak, Ofers --Ide
- -. t 0...Lncln. 5* 9Orem aSt.. Twe lTtIv v 1*-
WANTED TO BUY
81l'0f CAkPlt. >,eiC Innn Plaintpa. CIl-
itll it II, irwcun tli 1ulu1s yl la t prices.
It' iit 46oi 2.%, I 1ark lrtri. h- ay, 1
WAI, I)KU TI'Vl t -BU ItrC, 0 l I.and at
auntiv Cr m* ur MatrAasbll funding oni river,
wilh or wlitIrit 111oue A0 iliy ill Ha lae
iriunlli 0ea l eI limtry street, Phone aiye.
WA.NTKUD, IlDe W Ml VMY LslT I-
toown 1+49 or latet, oixId 0andltIlue na-
1l .rble lri ie, Ple mrilleagi, Hox 0-150,
WANlKI. LARCIk UUANTITI Empty
White tint "ottle immediately. 0.
AbrAhat l.e" l.uin A Co., Lild. 31 Uhar.
lrtle itrl l 'P I">in 4 213. -May 9.
tIKIl) IloOKA ani MAOAZINH bought.
USEDti TAMP$ bought. AIdo Booktail.
IS l'rilctrick gitrett. -Mty *2
WANT.I) TO 'URCHAIA., ilektric Irln.
Coil c.ntI'llitn tRasotlenble Price. 'Phone
11BllII1INO SPOITS within rliy llmil -
Ipayil4 gwN.t priv,' Mclm.tnid 'iomae. 34
(hirlotte 'Ptione 14t,. -May ,.
MOTOR CA ('AtR x)d lyre essential.
Thmmit. 34 Chatrlotte. 'Phone 4. -
(N: P(IIONT1K. epirpm\ull 0ey feet
loieR Aoil> Whiltrtited, Trinidad Import
Sixpert Mev 10
STAMP4 WANTED. ruit"t nueed stamps
4f Trinldat the (luian;ls and Islands.
ligheot Pricese pelt Write for buying
list Mix PA109, "Ouardiann" -Junel 1
WANTFI Nerw 'i t(10MIftcot ndHud
Crow Wheeel and Pinion for la by Ford,
1113T Moildl. Apply to Parish Priest. the
Prhbyter'-. COuV SFato prlc, --May 14
t1i TO t0le F0 RD or Plymouth. with-
mit tyrse State portleitleg. millete end
Prit'e Address: ni P4-ltl, e'an "Trilitd
WANTED TO RENT
UNZ'YitdflittJ Od nlevalont to
tranepot. *boa(t j4 o 7e T afltel
OMALL ItUtMl, 6lmIetlt, Woobruve,
City; three btoduitrn Ia to 36 dollar
m.l.hiyh Reward lW. Apply. SMe 0-111.
I UtalBn."-M*'-ly a
W XCHANO I llK UCT77AOU Lt
Arise. owner wil slW.aBLAe efr esGtalMe
one Is .P$43-.a i l R fr ll3G. GovtL-
HOUa( IN 01 4
AMiMuICt OUlPar wnu. r
Noue with I. toost 11,11 4a
Woobhrook. oine II-
WANTX M 2l. tXt- 1 11'
W seTEitMM I SAUaI
Clly. reasoAl ae or hMU ""re
"wit In sdviom *ni tM 6" M v *t/*
Gu- ise l IW.
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
Inv wOe" TRtlt BAMAYOBt froe
Ia Stole. thrile-f ,.
Apply. Eetun R's --TSSB
k*t. 4e1Qoane gu' e m -U
bes 41 Jeman umest.~~Ie
AST PISAN. SM -
Mbn ime Imag.-^B^ -
!,m .f 'nw I..ft iIW
amhn wm apr __
BICYCLES FOR SALE
ONE IACINtG .%,.L4. wlUI dynamo. S0
IS Murray tdiest.--May S
UN Ain.I&tULHu Lt.tML, i n guod run-
uiln oluiotln, w1in t 111luce )yn. no LIlKLi
ttlCOea. AppIly. v; VItOiUltis,. I,n-
idad kutliinl.' ,-May iI
ON. lb, BKiJl.li l .yCLE with lyun-
me LIgt. ls. Apply' Looubil an0p,
naddlt diuad-e 9 ,
WM MUTUR CtUr. lyes new. AJpw.
ittat. 5a e O M ouet.- Mapm U
ROOM AND BOARD
ie>u Auoo..iu .Ul.LIA, purtty Altr-
Ill U or unlkurnilsliea. wtit uo u r ao&ill-
"1ee. HadiLe n'tI a tlw m.,tiiea f11004
.oult> i .ol I, %itl> lo\vly *IiiruulidlIlge.
* lttlip .1 11.L -Maly a
i-uA4tt- AtOL) .. JJtN IliL | l I.iOtllty.
App). urray aire, ohne o lut.-
UfOKa6VRTAiLEL, ;tKUNI1.Hl.U Single
&no AWuOli iMeurortun olaur optional.
fiuone lcil.- daey lb
TWO tUNis,i.ui t )2bIRotohi,. 102
toodlid Utreet. 'Poneu 1414 May 5
a.dtNaiwKa RoUMt, lindpipavlont en.
itanuce. baholor. 1a i>etrla aitet. -MIa
BOARD AND LODIlNGl. One Double
One SBle 1Room, Uood accummodatlom.
Pihone Z 047 -May 7.
DOUBiLS', FURNIBRED ROOM with
Bakfast. 'Phone all.-hkay e
ACCOMMODATION AVAILAUL tor
Pyag Quest. Mrs. MacKay. i s ord"
afoot. May 1o,
TWO WLLrURNI8lD ROOM to01
rosma)ble gentleman. Boer4 and i.
X11 AIxBder Road. San Feenaod.-Mcl
"DUNDONALD HALL. nS Odlahnua
Street. allt minute'l walk #Mn
aVaMa.ela Iuble and daglse rmi witl
board. *Ptoe MiseUe Lshaoupe. SiMt.-
PARKWAT OUIET MOUSE. 0L..,.1
90 4'al Path Motel. reasonait tw 1t
PwM Strt 'Pl.one S -Myar 14.
COOL DO9UBRI ROOM. privat* boM
lovely cr SupIor ejalatne. hot WIZ
SON wtM. Mr.oodft- "ILt t A~r*l.
* d- DO V lR OOMMt ,
a *410w, ft""a avwol
ill miam e t H
COMIFORTA" *E PRN=311 ROOM
To motte soml.--Mar It
meanls on 60'Mu .--Mow
UNOW -m 4"y aI. se eal
194w y PIIN M111T oussl .
oftasMI -May S. 2
Md nvcro s-immy. fke*M m.-
*JKMIUFO f DOUBLE ROOM mm.
Gl lw S~nard rtcple o W twaboshels
10 at 1110"iImeligty( on halmam-abameele
opiled et 8 ameable rates. k
SMEwaMaMetaP. *P* 55. -Nua f.
HOUM FIoR RENT
nalltATt POMMU3ON, fUnulsed
Roe arsvaL lea p61s
Bid:U vl. IPU
1W Mut tt.%:t 1. 17w I=r bd
J= I t- -"
Port-of-palin -Maw I
+LAR47I AND MALL PROPERTlIE-
immedilat possessiHon. AlsoI Inetolnmtl..
For partlulant' aptly to Deli.tlnhim and
Johlty. 41 PIembrmk *lt'et.-Mev 1t.
NO. 4 DUNDONALD STRICT for sale.
Freehold Property. Apply No. 113 QuIn
atrert -Mev 10
,SMALL LRRniR1,D PROPIRTT. Y .Poe
se"nIon tiven. Colthurst. 'Phone em
FVIt'tOLt> INVEITUICEY t Bam"e
treat. Port-of-Ploiln. Monthly irentel 240.
1aennibtle offer. KMc. 'PhMtc 51--
' T'W11 Ili tl .AftNDRTT. 4 Ae!ier Stret
toOd buSinen. One sm0a lundry.-May I
LAND FOR SALE
BAtlAAhi-1 yU LOTS LAND a4)oin-
g Les forts West, SA I foando. De-
booable bding ate. gola en. Ap-
ply: R. Bunae, B00 high Stret-Mky
ONLY VACANT UI 'l ut UOeA "a.
Maraval. for 4le. It o@01prls. 5*.27
Iup. ft. Pthonm 371-Mayi 11
eit SBALSE-On Paret S0 91010
Land. 14,3to.T supekll Ifee. A fted.
AmindH Road. at It. A1'e. house 9il
already prepared by bulldeer. AvW7t i
H. Dafll Cont. GOn Let. PluMe il74.
15 ACUA. COCOA, COmFE. with
water epriag. Robert Voibe g Talelee
Princes Town. M.e rsk mdst
refused. Apply: Jk Da Wts. UniM
Gromre. Ltd.-My .
rREEMOLD PARCEL O LAND 0-
ptlng 10 a. t mI WW I t Jespk
R~llmy own41, wIh am" bukm"ai
Iberess Emmiltog w~tt MUM-ea Uses.
Ideml ste for btdMls. M rNoiambi
oer refused. Apply Msa. K PhmeM U.
RZWR OLD LAMM staUte It S.
Ltleon Read, iee M01t0 mestais
O Ace n with em Haeboltile
t-re"m. Pmeosi Stie ,.-Mt
* PARCEL OF LAND SIwtlo 4 Atm
(more o leer ), at LVA Nlr, Tm.
8mall po tl op thaio. I tasw ekd HI
Mil Reed. TibWer ad %k= te.
Price SM.. ASl 9 90M. P'Ism MN
4 1.0T OF LAND t IeK 1% man
from City., as t" Maaval s
to Joseph COupme 1M l114ir VIMAI.-
A6CNC ANIoQUNCUUiU O
"AN pEKANDO.WSOf f MTPa
l. RLfemis e 55 Ma 140.
J, -M I RN *iriI OTft M Pm M A
eosamtheW.amk 1%= Pii 4i
K=ew hm -a1 -A--
J.nl Me ONALS IT 0MA
Pkae. ~ E~-S~eOksa Stm
"1 El (I LI S L0
IosRealw om m ed.S
4ff 9e? SUN- ,
N Stjf BteiLre ,. l.-
RiWa o im vis s b.m r mZ v a n d
Li (ONW. .. ----_IL
orMM 11 .. .. ... 6441
lW K.-)' .. rr
lil j ruolJ ^.i r1 n
T smi nt renonilbls
.ftatat contre*c*!ivi hvra
THE PUBLIC Is hel
gIving Sa credit or
my sameno excepon,
mftt"e authority frI
B "dr guiots ar "
of tatet g it veI
at my"al WaiWt w"
talse. Film folwud
GAM TOUR 14 MI
AlmUanse at the to,
M e Saa : Pert-e
dSM~t fling Stone
WfL R~~:- I
A lse (I.OT.A.),
H, P. K. sea*
Liamudre. RobtWsO Os
;oro a: and ato trm
tor, amadith Jati!
R ll~ 1--W .--
Stret near "A-
lar Clu 54.ANt
Rt. 'Phone SML-
thby ntied thatI
it soy andebt po
My wife looth
XIM UN Mark.
n otud that I
IN ra debt or
Ywite, Dorl is ees
y sere and protect-
.l L SEESArA.N,
prd Mara, lla.
ireby notltled tiat
the cars and pmo-
22 LAven*tlle Road.
elby notUled that I
a any debt oadebts
Et ae eands ale-
Itrl 23. 1944,
by notifed thant I
roibyie form= a
ai by my wife,
my *are and pro-
Ireby noted that I
e cre and protee-
lion 3enesl. ef156
his home on Febtn-
EITH MauN t DE,
44 platsan oestad
may husband Conradb
'cetern main Road.
reby bottled that I
to"por~ism am tor
" d my aen ad
reby notified that I1
he care end protec-
lJohn Nathaniel, Io
ll athe t oltVh Aa
reby notifield that t
r any debt or debts
reb notify that my
now under my dcar
4i Charlontte tree
'Mfr Mdvll RoIKS.
rby notified that I
the care and, prottec-
etl Alexat nwt, aN
traded bt himn.
Uft *y *t n dlw
hetbv noticed that
16oInv ewe debt or
wife ttl tAdore
longer uder my jim-
tIAM fIL Rog.
4J 081t1 dl.tre.
arhly advised a saus
I. any, lthATf
loan to"and It
Sat it) without a
11 A Mo. K AM
S, LOUIS 'tAMAII
MUMed that remyurs
UP her gast b' "
deby. 3albades. en
011an1 naid Prmew
Otouv a 14 Stano
0tTO Min. J.
I.eaelsL Woln that
alas Tobago. ILA
r the so ZltlA trda-
'It, Onlonlal 5Ramp
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WALLI. lest *am ?at Min Red
22eeile on"! 3S14,e4 Sweepeteb Tidat-
MI urtClu.RewardeMord. -Marl
Dee ~~ 111011-4 ay~ 1*g 1
.il.IH mwi + .-w
M. id em ya me nea rs.
Even thu youen m mee e sai
A May be Sirt It Oe a
-Bet"41115 emo s11 e eM O eON
TOO LATE TO CLASS11
iA Ii IA lEGALOW.Man-
ass VFne, Ilghts, water, telepoe.
,0 pets ath VWo peo ulareI nui
WANTID TO IUY
U&.ODerCOOT BoMe..aracast Vacant
J M, l. I e ,---yr
HOUSES FOR SALE
24 CIPRIANI =]CLEARD, possessioa.
A T R Er M, sutableO for
ose resort. ABlply: George Nero. I
Brool Settlement. Sangre raende.-
Mu.ay 1 y
WANTE -TO BUY
KODAK 1 CAMtEKRA Ine purchase, 1%
a 3%t. Apply: 111Dina, Pereir, & Co..
Ltd. Phey 11 5-a
MIANTBNO TO IALIy
MODAKME 1ST CAMXX tonucai.nb. It
ixio qpply:UM. Dot, P rztr Mft Co.,
Vallettnr Avienu, e'PBvl.-MayT
BOTTL8-Larg, Quantity Jam Bottles
with Coversn wanted- Ilb. capacity. 'P .
WaraNT -A 131-1942 FORD, Chev-
roIt r Dodge Truckt I good, onditloE1
with or without i r, Offers to: Dunn,
L.T.O. a Ring in-, San* rnando-
MOTHNERI' DAT CARDS available In
lane quantities. Dot Cod Manuflacturensn.
No. 11 Broadway, 'Phoe 8870.-May 11
WHITE LEGHORN BABY CHICKS ad
HBatching Eg., One Lauge Corpet. One
Polhed Orapaud BSd. Contact Join Il.
Johnson, IM th Street toppowlt Oval).
CUTLERY NIckel-alver, Shefflaid (1
Psces). $167. 9 Marine Square.-May
ONE RICX HULLER end Chick Feed
Grinder for Sale. Apply: .cotty Jackson,
Hindustan Road.-May 13
ICYCLEt FOR SALB
LADY"' BICYCLE, good condtIon $3.
Flag 516.-June 4
RAOtOS a REFINaERATORS
WESTINaHOUl RADIO, 7 Tubes,.
pradtlO D ow, pSrfect working condition.
.Phone 14, -4 p.m-May 1
ONE PrL4.00 ?-Tube Console. No. 2
Saw Mill Avenu, Baratarla.-Mey 11
MOTORS FOR *ALE
MORRIS 10 H.P. KDAN. in good work-
I odtlo. 'Phon M344, between 11.30
lem. and 1 p.m-May 11
CARLTON CASE and RESTAURANT,
33 Park street. Refreshments, hot and
cool drinks. Cheap Lunches. Boardlaing.-
POULTRY 4L SUPPLIEs
PURR BRED 30gU. 'Pho a 544.-
a Ring; so". betw-ees 4
and 6 pm.-Mayll
TO USE DODD'S
Young Woman's Baekach.
and Htdeeeoh Soon Gone
1Oa MI bo iial. 24 Iwo of am"
kmi n p r TW- ng, uwank bIs
3KM Mmbth M, s
-M l-- P.O.,
r W W I B U in
rM h so M~tbnlahee a.i
riW *weim OMM6. ^^
do_ .." owl=< ^^^B
My *im~lD|(M^ <"" Jl M
*di i~j -l WNb flr boomdo h
IM dM m voi bd |Muk TMn
S mee by the
ACME BARBELL CLUB
Friday, 5th May, 1944
At 1S pm.
Ring $1. :: Gallery 72c.
-.Su3BM'r ON SALE
Ute MARINE RW~Uh '
*TMa.. nuIL *
ACCUNNUi MOM HARAPS
misl, Don't wit for the dM
whb a you my used Sloan'. quickly
-pat bottle o row -dlcla.
Ahelftoday. Slow' Sem so wagko
imuScular palms quickly. mnsoN
ot" lrl al edauommakesm mi os ,
doe. 5Kiftem a nd So SOs im n d
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